§ 4.101.5.

HOLD-OVER SERVICE BY BOARD AND COMMISSION MEMBERS

a.

Application of this Section. Unless otherwise provided in this Charter or required by law, the requirements of this Section shall apply to the members of each appointive board, commission, or other unit of government of the executive branch of the City and County or otherwise created in the Charter (“Charter Commission”). Citizen advisory committees created in the Charter shall not be considered Charter Commissions for purposes of this Section. The provisions of this Section shall not apply to boards or commissions created in Article V (Executive Branch – Arts and Culture) or Article XII (Employee Retirement and Health Service Systems) of this Charter.

b.

Limitations on Hold-Over-Service. Except as otherwise provided in this Charter, the tenure of a member of any Charter Commission shall terminate no later than 60 days after the expiration of the member’s term, unless the member is re-appointed. A member may not serve as a hold-over member of a Charter Commission for more than 60 days after the expiration of his or her term. The tenure of any person sitting as a hold-over member on the effective date of this amendment shall terminate no later than 60 days after the effective date of this amendment.

History

(Added by Proposition B, Approved 11/6/2007)

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