Meetings; designation of representative; quorum; effect of membership upon holding public office or public employment.
1. The Board shall meet at least once every quarter and at the times and places specified by a call of the Chairman or a majority of the members of the Board.
2. Except as otherwise provided in subsection 3, a member of the Board may designate in writing a person to represent him at a meeting of the Board. A representative who has been so designated:
(a) Shall be deemed to be a member of the Board for the purpose of determining a quorum at the meeting; and
(b) May vote on any matter that is voted on by the regular members of the Board at the meeting.
3. The Attorney General may designate a representative to serve in his place on the Board or attend a meeting of the Board in his place. The Director of the Department of Information Technology may designate a representative to serve in his place on the Board or attend a meeting of the Board in his place.
4. Five members of the Board constitute a quorum. A quorum may exercise all the power and authority conferred on the Board.
5. Notwithstanding any other provision of law, a member of the Board:
(a) Is not disqualified from public employment or holding a public office because of his membership on the Board; and
(b) Does not forfeit his public office or public employment because of his membership on the Board.
Last modified: February 25, 2006