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71-1407. Member districts and member positions; numbering; residence of member. (a) When a community college has a member district method of election, the college district shall be divided into two member districts for the two-district method, into three member districts for the three-district method, and into six member districts for the six-district method. Each member district shall be represented on the board by one or more persons residing in the member district. In the six-district method, one member shall reside in each member district. In the three-district method two members shall reside in each member district. In the two-district method three members shall reside in each member district. In the two-district method the member district numbers assigned shall be "one" and "two." In the three-district method the member district numbers assigned shall be "one," "two," and "three." In the six-district method the member district numbers assigned shall be "one," "two," "three," "four," "five" and "six."

In the six-district method the member position numbers shall correspond to the member district numbers. In the two-district method the member position numbers shall be "one," "two" and "three" for member district one, and "four," "five" and "six" for member district two. In the three-district method member position numbers shall be "one" and "four" for member district one, and "two" and "five" for member district two, and "three" and "six" for member district three.

(b) If a community college adopts and implements a seven member board of trustees plan, the at-large member may be a resident of any member district. The at-large member position shall not be numbered.

History: L. 1967, ch. 407, § 7; L. 1990, ch. 252, § 8; May 17.


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