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(A) Membership of the Parks and Recreation Advisory Board shall be composed of men or women who are registered voters and real property owners in the city and shall consist of six members serving without pay. Any vacancies in the Board shall be filled by the City Commission, and where a vacancy occurs otherwise than by expiration of the term, the appointment filling the vacancy shall be for the unexpired term. The City Manager, or a person designated by him, shall be an ex officio seventh member of the Board and shall act as executive secretary thereof.
(B) All members of the Parks and Recreation Advisory Board shall be appointed by the City Commission to serve three years, except the sixth member appointed after the effective date of Ord. 2005-35 may be initially appointed for a shorter term.
(C) The City Commission shall appoint two alternate members of the Parks and Recreation Advisory Board, who are residents of the city, to be designated as Alternate 1 and Alternate 2. Each alternate shall be appointed for a term of three years, the terms to run concurrently. Alternate members shall be subject to removal for cause by the City Commission. Alternate member vacancies shall be filled for the unexpired term of the member. Should a temporary absence or disqualification of any member of the Parks and Recreation Advisory Board occur, the Chairman of the Board shall have the right and authority to designate one of the alternate members to serve as a substitute member during the continuance of such absence or disqualification. The Chairman shall rotate such assignments between the alternate members to the extent that availability of alternate members allows.
('58 Code, § 33.01 (b) and (c)) (Ord. 66-60, passed 7-27-66; Am. Ord. 2001-60, passed 5-22-01; Am. Ord. 2005-35, passed 1-25-05)