(1) There is created, under the division of water resources in the department of natural
resources, a state board of examiners of water well construction and pump installation
contractors, consisting of five members and comprised of the following persons: The
state engineer or a representative designated by him; a representative of the department
of health designated by the executive director of the department; and three members
appointed by the governor, two of whom shall be well construction contractors or pump
installation contractors, each with a minimum of ten years' experience in the well
construction or pump installation business preceding his appointment, and one of whom
shall be an engineer or geologist with a minimum of ten years' experience in water
supply and well construction preceding his appointment.
(2) All members shall be appointed for four-year terms, but no member shall be reappointed
to or serve more than two consecutive four-year terms. Any vacancy occurring in the board membership of the governor's appointees, other
than by expiration, shall be filled by the governor by appointment for the unexpired
term. Members shall serve without compensation but shall be reimbursed for actual expenses
necessarily incurred in their official business.
(3) The board shall meet at least once every three months and at such other times
as it deems necessary or advisable. Special board meetings may be called at any time on order of the chairman or vice-chairman
or any three members of the board. The board shall determine the time and place of all meetings, but at least one meeting
every three months shall be held in Denver. Three members of the board shall constitute a quorum, and the affirmative vote of
three members shall be required to pass any action or motion of the board. The board may adopt bylaws to govern its own procedure.
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