§ 41.03  BOARD MEMBERSHIP.
   (A)   Members of the Code Enforcement Board shall be appointed by the executive authority of the city, subject to the approval of the legislative body.
   (B)   The terms of the members and alternate members of the Board shall be for three years.
   (C)   The executive authority may appoint, subject to the approval of the legislative body, two alternate members to serve on the Code Enforcement Board in the absence of regular members. Alternate members shall meet all of the qualifications and shall be subject to all of the requirements that apply to regular members of the Code Enforcement Board.
   (D)   The executive authority may appoint, subject to the approval of the legislative body, two alternate members to serve on the Code Enforcement Board in the absence of regular-members. Alternate members shall meet all of the qualifications and shall be subject to all of the requirements that apply to regular members of the Code Enforcement Board.
   (E)   Any vacancy on the Board shall be filled by the executive authority, subject to approval of the legislative body, within 60 days of the vacancy. If the vacancy is not filled within that time period, the remaining Code Enforcement Board members shall fill the vacancy. A vacancy shall be filled for the remainder of the unexpired term.
   (F)   Membership requirements, vacancies, removal and oaths of members shall be as required by statute. Board members must take the oath of office prescribed in Section 228 of the Kentucky Constitution.
   (G)   The City Council may provide compensation, reimbursement for expenses and education of members as it may, from time to time, order.
   (H)   A Board member may be removed from office by the executive authority for misconduct, inefficiency or willful neglect of duty. The executive authority shall submit a written statement to the member and the legislative body setting forth the reasons for removal. The member so removed shall have the right of appeal to the Circuit Court.
   (I)   No member of the Board may hold any elected or non-elected office, paid or unpaid, or any position of employment with the city.
(Ord. 2016-14, passed 1-9-17)