(a) Within 30 days after the date the temporary board is selected, the members of
the temporary board shall meet and begin to prepare a detailed plan of operation for
the pool. The plan may include any matters relating to the organization and operation of the
pool and its finances but must include:
(1) the organizational structure of the pool, including the number, method of selection,
and method of procedure and operation of the regular board of trustees for the pool;
(2) a summary of the method for managing and operating the pool;
(3) a description of the fees, contributions, or financial arrangements necessary
to cover the initial expenses of the pool, with estimates supported by statistical
data of the amounts of those fees, contributions, or other financial arrangements;
(4) underwriting standards and procedures for the evaluation of risks, which must
provide that any county that applies shall be provided coverage for an initial period
of at least one year, regardless of that county's loss history;
(5) procedures for the purchase of reinsurance;
(6) procedures for the processing and payment of claims;
(7) methods, procedures, and guidelines for:
(A) the establishment of premium rates;
(B) the limits of coverage available through the pool; and
(C) the management and investment of the county government risk management fund; and
(8) methods and procedures for defraying losses and expenses of the pool.
(b) The temporary board shall complete the plan within 90 days after the date the
temporary board is appointed.
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