2018 Idaho Statutes
Title 31 - COUNTIES AND COUNTY LAW
Chapter 50 - OPTIONAL FORMS OF COUNTY GOVERNMENT GENERAL PROVISIONS
Section 31-5007 - CHANGE IN STATUS OF ELECTED OFFICERS.

Universal Citation: ID Code § 31-5007 (2018)
31-5007. CHANGE IN STATUS OF ELECTED OFFICERS. Except as otherwise provided in this chapter or chapters 51 through 57, title 31, Idaho Code:
(1) An elected county officer whose office has become appointive or has been consolidated with another elective or appointive office under an optional form of government shall continue to perform the duties of office until his successor is appointed or elected and qualified. Thereafter the position held by the elected officer shall be deemed abolished.
(2) If the optional form of government consolidating an elective office with another office or making an elective office appointive is approved at an election at which the office was also filled by election, the office shall be declared abolished, the term of office not having commenced prior to the approval of the optional form.
(3) A petition or resolution proposing an optional form of county government may provide that an existing elected officer will continue in office until the end of the term for which he was elected or may provide that an existing elected officer will be retained as a county employee until the end of the term for which he was elected; provided that the person’s salary shall not be reduced except as part of a general salary reduction.
(4) Nothing in this section precludes a former elected official from being appointed or elected to a position in county government.

History:
[31-5007, added 1996, ch. 283, sec. 1, p. 920.]

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