The members of a commission shall select from among themselves a chairman, a vice-chairman,
and such other officers as the commission may determine. A commission may employ a secretary, its own counsel, and such technical experts,
and such other agents and employees, permanent or temporary, as it may require, and
may determine the qualifications and fix the compensation of such persons. A majority of the members shall constitute a quorum for its meeting. Members shall not be liable personally on the bonds or other obligations of the
commission, and the rights of creditors shall be solely against such commission. A commission may delegate to one or more of its members, agents or employees such
of its powers as it shall deem necessary to carry out the purposes of this Article,
subject always to the supervision and control of the commission. For inefficiency or neglect of duty or misconduct in office, a commissioner of a
commission may be removed by the governing body, but a commissioner shall be removed
only after a hearing and after he shall have been given a copy of the charges at least
10 days prior to such hearing and have had an opportunity to be heard in person or
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