There is hereby created a Local Government Records Commission consisting of 16 members as follows: The Director of the Department of Archives and History, who shall be the chair of the commission; the Chief Examiner of the Department of Examiners of Public Accounts; the Attorney General; the Secretary of State; one member from the University of Alabama, to be designated by the head of the Department of History; one member from Auburn University, to be designated by the head of the Department of History; one member, an archivist, historian, or librarian, from one of Alabama's Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCUs), to be appointed by the Governor; and one judge of probate who is not also chair of a county commission, one chair of a county commission who is not also a judge of probate, one county administrator, one county taxation official, one superintendent of a county or municipal school system, one sheriff, one municipal police chief, and two city clerks, each to be appointed by the Governor. The members from the University of Alabama, Auburn University, the HBCUs, the judge of probate, the county commission chair, the county administrator, the county taxation official, the superintendent of a county or municipal school system, the county sheriff, the municipal police chief, and the two city clerks may be removed by the Governor at any time. All ex officio members, except the Director of the Department of Archives and History, may select a designee to represent him or her on the commission. No salary or compensation shall be allowed any member of the commission except expenses incurred in the performance of their duties, which expenses shall be paid pursuant to Article 2 of Chapter 7 of Title 36. The commission shall hold two meetings each year and at other times upon the call of the chair. The quorum for the Local Government Records Commission shall be one more than half of the total of ex officio members plus the filled appointed positions.