§ 98.24 IMPACT FEE REVIEW BOARD.
   (A)   The Town Council hereby establishes an Impact Fee Review Board (“Board”), which shall consist of three citizen members appointed by the Town Council President and who shall qualify as follows: one member shall be real estate broker licensed in the state; one member shall be an engineer licensed in the state; and one member shall be a certified public accountant.
   (B)   No Board member shall be a member of the Town Advisory Plan Commission.
      (1)   The term of office of the members of the Board shall commence from the date of their appointment and expire five years from the date of appointment.
      (2)   At the expiration of the respective terms of each of the Board members originally appointed, their respective successors shall be appointed in the same manner as the original appointee, and each such succeeding member shall serve for a term of five years. Each member shall continue to serve until his or her successor is appointed and qualified.
      (3)   In the event any person appointed as a Board member shall fail to qualify as provided within ten days after the mailing to him or her of notice of his or her appointment, or if any member after qualifying shall die, resign, vacate office or in the event a member is unable to hear a petition due to a conflict of interest, the Town Council President shall fill such vacancy with a new or temporary (in the event of a conflict of interest) member meeting the qualifications of the member being replaced. A new member shall serve out the remainder of the vacated term, while a temporary member shall serve for the period necessary to dispose of the petition giving rise to the conflict.
      (4)   The Board shall be governed by I.C. 36-7-4-1338(c) and all other applicable provisions of the state’s impact fee statute.
(Ord. 2011-14, passed 12-5-2011)