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  99.877.  Municipalities may establish urban homesteading program and homesteading agency — members, qualifications, appointment, terms — secretary to be selected — staff — expenses. — Any municipality may, by ordinance, establish an urban homesteading program and may authorize any existing board, commission, department or agency, including a housing authority, redevelopment agency or any nonprofit community housing development corporation to be the urban homesteading agency or may, by ordinance, establish a new board, commission, department or agency to act as the urban homesteading agency.  Such new "Urban Homesteading Agency" shall be composed of not less than three nor more than nine members, all of whom shall be residents of the municipality, appointed by the mayor with the approval of the governing body of the city.  Those first appointed shall be designated to serve one, two and three years, respectively, and thereafter members shall be appointed annually to serve for three years.  Each member shall serve until his successor is appointed and has qualified.  Action by such an urban homesteading agency shall be taken by majority vote of members present, provided no action may be taken unless at least fifty percent of the members are present.  An urban homesteading agency created pursuant to this section shall select a secretary, who may be a member of the agency and may elect or employ such other officers, agents, technical consultants, legal counsel and employees as the agency requires.  The members shall serve without compensation but may be reimbursed for necessary expenses incurred in the performance of their official duties out of funds provided by the governing body of the city.

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(L. 1992 H.B. 1434 & 1490 § 3)


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