North Carolina General Statutes Chapter 117. Electrification § 117-1. Rural Electrification Authority created;  appointments;  terms of members

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An agency to be known as the North Carolina Rural Electrification Authority is hereby created as an agency of the State of North Carolina, such agency to consist of five members to be appointed by the Governor of North Carolina.  Current members of the North Carolina Rural Electrification Authority shall complete their respective terms of office.  On or after June 5, 1975, the Governor shall appoint two members to replace those members whose terms expire on said date.  All appointments made by the Governor shall be made for terms of four years.

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