(1) The governing body of an agency is a board consisting of the current members of
the community legislative body.
(2) A majority of board members constitutes a quorum for the transaction of agency
(3) A board may not adopt a resolution, pass a motion, or take any other official
board action without the concurrence of at least a majority of the board members present
at a meeting at which a quorum is present.
(4)(a) The mayor or the mayor's designee of a municipality operating under a council-mayor
form of government, as defined in Section 10-3b-102:
(i) serves as the executive director of an agency created by the municipality; and
(ii) exercises the agency's executive powers.
(b) The county executive or the county executive's designee of a county operating
under a county executive-council form of government, as described in Section 17-52a-203:
(i) serves as the executive director of an agency created by the county; and
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