The county commission may remove a housing commissioner for inefficiency or neglect of duty or misconduct in office, but only after the housing commissioner shall have been given a copy of the charges against him, which may be made by any citizen of the county or by the county commission, at least 10 days previous to the hearing thereon, and shall have had an opportunity to be heard in person or by counsel. Any obligee of the authority may file with the county commission written charges that the authority is violating wilfully any law of the state or any term, provision, or covenant in any contract to which the authority is a party. The county commission shall give each of the housing commissioners a copy of such charges, at least 10 days previous to the hearing thereon, and an opportunity to be heard in person or by counsel and shall, within 30 days after receipt of such charges, remove any housing commissioners of the authority who shall have been found to have acquiesced in any such wilful violation. A housing commissioner shall be deemed to have acquiesced in a wilful violation by the authority of a law of this state or of any term, provision, or covenant contained in a contract to which the authority is a party, if he shall not have filed a written statement with the authority of his objections to such violation prior to the aforesaid filing or making of such charges. In the event of the removal of any housing commissioners, the county commission shall record the proceedings, together with the charges made against the housing commissioners and the findings thereon.