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Title VI COUNTY, TOWNSHIP AND POLITICAL SUBDIVISION GOVERNMENT

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  67.1175.  Advisory board, established, members — duties, powers. — 1.  In each lake area business district established pursuant to section 67.1170, there shall be created an advisory board, which shall be a nonprofit entity, to consist of seven members.  Six members shall be elected by members of the county lodging association which shall be made up of all businesses that collect the lodging tax.  Each lodging business shall be entitled to vote for two members from within its* designated category which is defined in this section.  Two of the members elected shall each be an owner, operator or administrative employee of a hotel, motel or resort with fifty or less rooms, two of the members elected shall each be an owner, operator or administrative employee of a hotel, motel or resort with more than fifty rooms but with less than three hundred rooms, two of the members elected shall each be an owner, operator or administrative employee of a hotel, motel or resort with at least three hundred rooms, and one member shall be a member of the governing body of the county and shall serve on the board in an advisory capacity.  As used in this section, the term "administrative employee" means any employee, as determined by the hotel, motel or resort, who has managerial authority over one or more major administrative functions of the hotel, motel or resort.  If there are no hotels, motels or resorts in the county which have the number of rooms prescribed for a lodging category under this subsection, members of the lodging association within that category shall elect owners, operators, or administrative employees of hotels, motels or resorts which have the number of rooms prescribed in the other categories.  If there are less than six persons who meet the criteria established in this subsection who desire to serve on the board, the number of members on the board who are owners, operators or administrative employees of hotels, motels or resorts shall be reduced to the nearest appropriate even number.  Of the members first elected, two members from the county lodging association shall be elected for a term of three years, two members from the county lodging association shall be elected for a term of two years, and two members from the county lodging association shall be elected for a term of one year.  Thereafter, each member elected from the county lodging association shall serve a three-year term.  The member who is a member of the governing body of the county shall serve for a term of two years and may be reappointed, but shall only serve as long as he continues in his office as a member of the governing body of the county.  All members shall serve without compensation.  Any vacancy within the three lodging categories shall be filled by a special election within the county lodging association, but the person so elected shall be affiliated with the same size of hotel, motel or resort as the person who vacated the position, and if the person who vacated the position was an appointed member of the governing body of the county, such appointee shall also be a member of the governing body of the county.  The board shall elect its own treasurer, secretary and such other officers as it deems necessary and expedient, and it may make such rules, regulations, and bylaws to carry out its duties under sections 67.1170 to 67.1180.

  2.  The advisory board of a lake area business district, on behalf of the district, may:

  (1)  Cooperate with public agencies and with any industry or business located within the district in the implementation of any project;

  (2)  Enter into any agreement with any public agency, person, firm, or corporation to implement any of the provisions of sections 67.1170 to 67.1180;

  (3)  Contract and be contracted with, and sue and be sued;

  (4)  Accept gifts, grants, loans, or contributions from the county in which the district is located, the United States of America, the state of Missouri, political subdivisions, foundations, other public or private agencies, individuals, partnerships, or corporations;

  (5)  Employ such managerial, engineering, legal, technical, clerical, accounting, and other assistance as it may deem advisable;

  (6)  Make final decisions as to how the revenue derived from any tax to be imposed under section 67.1177 shall be used.

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(L. 1993 H.B. 345 § 13)

Effective 2-04-93

*Word "their" appears in original rolls.


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