2006 Louisiana Laws - RS 8:141.2 — Corporate status; powers and duties

§141.2.  Corporate status; powers and duties

A.(1)  As soon as practical, the board shall meet and elect, from among their members, a chairman, a vice chairman, and a secretary/treasurer and such other officers as the board deems appropriate.

(2)  The minute books, archives, funds, and accounts of the commission shall be maintained by the secretary/treasurer.

(a)  The secretary/treasurer shall have signatory powers of the commission.  The secretary/treasurer shall be bonded by a surety bond for the amount of funds the board handles between certified audits.

(b)  The chairman, vice chairman, and secretary/treasurer shall have signatory powers for the purpose of check writing.  Two of the three officers shall sign each check.

B.  The duties of the officers shall be fixed by bylaws adopted by the board.  The board shall adopt such rules and regulations as it deems necessary and advisable for the conduct of business and affairs and, to the extent that funds are available, shall hire such assistants and employees as they are needed to assist the board in the performance of its duties.  The board shall hold regular meetings as shall be provided in the bylaws and may hold special meetings at such times and places within the boundaries of the commission as may be prescribed in the bylaws.

Acts 2003, No. 499, §1.

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