2011 Vermont Code
Title 03 Appendix Executive Orders
Chapter 22 LIBRARIES AND HISTORY
§ 2 22-2. (No. 30-86) [Vermont Life Advisory Board]
Executive Order No. 22-2
[Vermont Life Advisory Board]
WHEREAS, for 40 years, Vermont Life magazine has been an important quarterly expression of Vermont's attributes, values, and people, and has helped make the beauty, heritage, and special characteristics of our state known nationwide; and
WHEREAS, for many years a group of professional Vermont photographers, writers, and experts on Vermont have given generously of their time and talent to assist and support the editor and staff of that magazine, and have, therefore, helped maintain its high quality and independent viewpoint; and
WHEREAS, Vermont Life magazine this year celebrates its 40th anniversary as a publication;
NOW, THEREFORE, be it resolved that I, Governor Madeleine M. Kunin, by the authority vested in me, do hereby order as follows:
A Vermont Life Advisory Board is hereby created, to assist, support and advise the Secretary of Development and Community Affairs, the Editor-In-Chief of Vermont Life magazine, and staff of Vermont Life in the fulfillment of their duties.
Appointment and Terms of Members
The Advisory Board shall consist of nine members, appointed by the Secretary of the Agency of Development and Community Affairs. Terms of Board membership shall be for three years, or until vacancies are filled. Initial Board appointments shall be three for a term of one year, three for a term of two years, and three for a term of three years. Vacancies occurring among the appointed members shall be filled for the balance of the unexpired term.
Functions and Duties
The Board shall serve in an advisory capacity to the Secretary of Development and Community Affairs, and the Editor-In-Chief, on matters related to Vermont Life.
Board Meetings; Administrative Support
The Vermont Life Advisory Board shall meet at least four times per year, or at the call of the Secretary of Development and Community Affairs. Administrative support for Advisory Board activities shall be provided by Vermont Life, at the discretion of the Secretary in consultation with the Editor-In-Chief. The Secretary may also make provision for administrative support by other departments and divisions of the Agency of Development and Community Affairs, to the extent that resources permit. Expenses of the members of the Advisory Board, incident to the work of the Board, and the cost of any incidental expenses, shall be borne by Vermont Life magazine from available funds.
This Executive Order takes effect upon signing.
Dated September 16, 1986.
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