2017 Wisconsin Statutes & Annotations
Chapter 232. Bradley center sports and entertainment corporation.
232.03 Creation and organization.

Universal Citation: WI Stat § 232.03 (2017)

232.03 Creation and organization.

(1) There is created a public body corporate and politic, to be known as the “Bradley Center Sports and Entertainment Corporation". This body shall be a nonprofit corporation organized under ch. 181 so that contributions to it are deductible from adjusted gross income under section 170 of the internal revenue code and so that it is exempt from taxation under the U.S. constitution or the internal revenue code and s. 71.26 (1) (a).

(2) The board of directors of the corporation shall consist of the following 9 persons, appointed by the governor:

(a) Six nominees of the governor, appointed with the advice and consent of the senate, who represent the diverse interests of the people of this state. Three of these nominees shall have executive and managerial business experience and all shall be residents of this state.

(b) Three nominees of the Bradley Family Foundation, Inc.

(3) The members of the board of directors shall serve staggered 7-year terms. No member may hold elective public office. Each member may hold office until a successor is appointed.

(4) The board of directors holds the powers of the corporation. The members of the board of directors shall annually elect a chairperson and may elect other officers as they consider appropriate. Five members of the board of directors constitute a quorum for the purpose of conducting the business and exercising the powers of the corporation, notwithstanding the existence of any vacancy. The board of directors may take action upon a vote of a majority of the members present, unless the bylaws of the corporation require a larger number.

(5) No member of the board of directors may receive compensation for performing his or her duties. Each member shall be reimbursed for actual or necessary expenses, including travel expenses, incurred in performing those duties.

History: 1985 a. 26; 1987 a. 312 s. 17; 2001 a. 103.

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