Missouri Revised Statutes Title XVII. Agriculture and Animals § 262.701. Southern dairy compact commission, Missouri delegates appointed by governor--terms, vacancies, per diem, funding
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1. Three delegates from Missouri shall be appointed by the governor and confirmed by the senate to represent the state on the southern dairy compact commission, created and provided for in article III of the compact contained in section 262.700. The delegates shall include one dairy producer who is engaged in the production of milk at the time of appointment or reappointment, one consumer representative, and one dairy processor.
2. Each delegate shall serve for a term of four years and shall serve diligently and conscientiously and shall strive to achieve the purposes of the southern dairy compact.
3. Vacancies in delegate positions shall be filled in the same manner as the original appointments for the unexpired portion of the vacant delegate's position.
4. Delegates shall receive a per diem not to exceed fifty dollars for service and traveling expenses incurred in the performance of their duties as delegates.
5. The director of the department of agriculture may provide funding, subject to appropriation, as necessary to the delegation during its term.
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