(a) Immediately after the organization of the district, the directors shall meet and
organize as a board and shall elect a chairperson, vice chairperson, and secretary
from among their own number.
(b) The chairperson shall call and preside at all meetings of the board, sign all
warrants drawn on the county treasurer, and all contracts and other documents, and
the minutes of all meetings at which the chairperson is present. In case of the chairperson's absence from a meeting, the vice chairperson shall
act as chairperson pro Tempore. The vice chairperson may sign warrants in place of the chairperson if the chairperson
is absent from a meeting or unavailable. The secretary shall give notice of and keep the minutes of all meetings and prepare
and have custody of all records and papers, and have custody of the seal of the district. The secretary shall attest all warrants drawn on the county treasury, all contracts
and other documents, and shall sign the minutes of all meetings at which he or she
is present. The secretary shall prepare the annual reports and any other reports required by
the board and shall prepare all notices and all calls for bids.
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