(Renumbered by Ord. 841, passed 10-18-1983)
   Section 8.1   POWER TO ESTABLISH BOARDS. The city council may, by ordinance, establish or abolish any boards which it deems essential or non-essential for the City operations except the Public Utilities Commission. An ordinance establishing a board shall fully set forth each board’s powers and duties. Members serving for three full, consecutive terms shall not be eligible for reappointment. The number of members and the terms of the Public Utilities Commission shall be as provided in Chapter IX.
(Ord. 763, passed 3-3-1981; Ord. 896, passed 2-18-1986; Ord. 1017, passed 12-4-1990)
   Section 8.2   BOARD MEMBERS AND OFFICERS. Subject to the confirmation of the city council, the mayor shall appoint the members of all boards. Each board shall elect from its members a president, a vice-president, and a secretary to serve for a term of one (1) year and until their successors are elected and qualified. The president shall preside at all meetings and exercise the functions usually devolved upon the presiding officer of similar boards. The secretary shall keep a record of all business transacted at the meetings of the board and of such other matters as the board may direct.
(Ord. 896, passed 2-18-1986)
   Section 8.3   POWERS OF BOARDS. All boards may establish such committees as they deem necessary. In accordance with the ordinance creating each board, it shall be responsible for the maintenance and operation of public property under its charge with power to make such rules, regulations, and by-laws concerning the same as it deems advisable.
(Ord. 896, passed 2-18-1986)
   Section 8.4   ELIGIBILITY. A person shall be eligible for appointment to any city board or commission who is an eligible voter and who has maintained residence in the City for thirty (30) days before appointment.
(Ord. 1444, passed 5-5-2009)