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(1) The attendance of six members at any regular or special meeting of the council constitutes a quorum. Any member may designate in writing a representative to attend any meeting. The representative's attendance shall be counted toward the quorum, and the representative may vote on any issue.
(2) A majority vote of the attending members or their representatives constituting a quorum is sufficient to carry any motion unless the council has by prior vote designated a greater percentage than a majority to sustain an action.
(3)(a) The council shall meet at least quarterly at a time and place it designates.
(b) The chair, a majority of the members of the council, or the council director may call a special meeting at any time or place upon five days notice to all of the members. A quorum of all members may waive notice requirements in writing.
Cite this article: FindLaw.com - Utah Code Title 67. State Officers and Employees § 67-5a-5. Quorum--Meetings - last updated May 05, 2022 | https://codes.findlaw.com/ut/title-67-state-officers-and-employees/ut-code-sect-67-5a-5/
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