Section 11-57-6

Board of directors; record of proceedings of board.

The authority shall have a board of directors composed of the number of directors provided in the certificate of incorporation. All powers of the authority shall be exercised by the board or pursuant to its authorization. The directors shall be residents of the municipality and shall be elected by the governing body for staggered terms of office as follows: The first term of one third of the directors shall be two years; the first term of the second one third of the directors shall be four years and the first term of the remaining one third of the directors shall be six years. Upon the expiration of the initial term of each director, each subsequent term shall be six years. If any director resigns, dies, becomes incapable of acting as a director, or ceases to reside in the municipality, the governing body shall elect a successor to serve for the unexpired portion of his term of office. Directors shall be eligible to succeed themselves in office. No director shall be an officer of the state or of the municipality. A majority of the members of the board shall constitute a quorum for the transaction of business. No vacancy in the membership of the board shall impair the right of a quorum to exercise all the powers and duties of the authority. The members of the board and the officers of the authority shall serve without compensation, except that they may be reimbursed for actual expenses incurred in and about the performance of their duties.

All resolutions adopted by the board shall constitute actions of the authority, and all proceedings of the board shall be reduced to writing and signed by the secretary of the authority and shall be recorded in a well-bound book. Copies of such proceedings, when certified by the secretary of the authority, under the seal of the authority, shall be received in all courts as prima facie evidence of the matters and things therein certified.

(Acts 1961, No. 895, p. 1407, §6; Acts 1961, Ex. Sess., No. 289, p. 2335, §6.)