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  96.175.  Removal of trustees, procedure. — A trustee may be removed for crimes, misconduct, habitual drunkenness, willful neglect of duty, corruption in office, incompetency or oppression in office or for breach of standards required of a fiduciary in connection with managing and operating the facility under sections 96.150 to 96.228, by a majority vote of the council if the removal is recommended by the mayor or by a two-thirds vote of the council if the mayor has not recommended removal of the trustee; but such trustee shall be removed only after first being given a copy of the charges at least ten days prior to the hearing thereon at which he shall have an opportunity to be heard and present witnesses.  A record of the proceedings, together with the charges and findings thereon, shall be maintained and filed in the office of the clerk.


(L. 1979 S.B. 445)

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