|HB 0566||Relating to Emergency Services|
|Sponsor:||CLAYTON||Handling House Bill:|
|Last Action:||02/13/95 - Referred H Local Government & Related Matters Comm.|
HB0566 Clayton, Robert
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HB 566 -- Marion County 911 Board
This bill establishes an Emergency Telephone Service 911 Board in Marion County. The board will implement a 911 system, supervise the system's maintenance and finances, and hire staff. The administrative control and management of the 911 service will rest entirely with the board. The board will elect a chairman, vice chairman, and a treasurer. The treasurer will enter into a surety bond paid for the board.
The 11 members of the board will be appointed by the governing body of the county. At least 6 of the members will represent public safety agencies; at least 9 of the members will be residents of Marion County or an adjoining county. Of the first board appointed, 5 members will serve for one year, 3 members will serve for 2 years, and 3 members will serve for 3 years. All future board members will serve 3 year terms. The members will receive no compensation for their services.
This bill also outlines the grounds and procedures by which a board member may be removed from office by a majority vote of the other board members.