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Each general improvement district subject to review by a committee created pursuant to NRS 244.158 shall submit any information requested to the committee. The information requested by the committee may include, without limitation:
1. The name of the general improvement district;
2. The name of each member of the board of trustees of the general improvement district;
3. The address of the Internet website established and maintained by the general improvement district, if any;
4. A list of the staff of the general improvement district;
5. The governing structure of the general improvement district, including, without limitation, information concerning the method, terms, qualifications and conditions of appointment and removal of the members of the board trustees;
6. The operating budget of the general improvement district;
7. A statement setting forth the incomes and expenses of the general improvement district for at least 3 years immediately preceding the date on which the district submits the information required by this section;
8. The most recent audit conducted of the general improvement district, if any;
9. The dates of the immediately preceding six meetings held by the board of trustees of the general improvement district; and
10. Any other information the committee may require.
Cite this article: FindLaw.com - Nevada Revised Statutes Title 20. Counties and Townships: Formation, Government and Officers § 244.1585. Submission of information to committee to review general improvement districts - last updated January 01, 2020 | https://codes.findlaw.com/nv/title-20-counties-and-townships-formation-government-and-officers/nv-rev-st-244-1585.html
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