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Hawaii Revised Statutes Division 1. Government § 90D-3

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(a) Members of the commission shall be appointed by the governor on a bipartisan basis subject to section 26-34. The commission shall consist of not fewer than fifteen and not more than twenty-five members. Not more than fifty per cent of the commission plus one member may be from the same political party. To the extent possible, the commission shall be balanced according to race, ethnicity, age, disability, and gender characteristics. All appointments shall be for three-year terms. Members shall not serve more than two consecutive terms. The commission shall include:

(1) An individual with expertise in the educational, training, and developmental needs of youths, particularly disadvantaged youths;

(2) An individual with experience in promoting the involvement of older adults in service and volunteerism;

(3) A representative of community-based agencies or community-based organizations within the State;

(4) The superintendent of education, or a designee;

(5) A representative of county governments;

(6) A representative of local labor organizations in the State;

(7) A representative of business;

(8) An individual between the ages of sixteen and twenty-five who is a participant or supervisor in a volunteer or service program; and

(9) A representative of a national service program described in Title 42 United States Code section 12572(a), as amended, as a nonvoting, ex officio member.

(b) The commission may include:

(1) Members selected from among local educators;

(2) Members selected from among experts in the delivery of human, educational, environmental, or public safety services to communities and persons;

(3) Members selected from among out-of-school youths or other at-risk youths; and

(4) Representatives of entities that receive assistance under the federal Domestic Volunteer Service Act of 1973.

(c) Not more than twenty-five per cent of commission members may be employees of state government, though additional state agency representatives may sit on the commission as nonvoting, ex officio members.

(d) Vacancies among the members, filled by the governor, shall serve for the remainder of the term.

(e) The members shall serve without compensation, but shall be reimbursed their necessary and reasonable expenses incurred in the performance of their duties, including travel expenses.

(f) Members currently serving under Executive Order 94-01 may be reappointed to a new three-year term and may serve two consecutive terms.

Cite this article: - Hawaii Revised Statutes Division 1. Government § 90D-3 - last updated January 01, 2022 |

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