Section 9-10A-11

Successor of director; term of office.

The successor of a director who must reside in a particular county shall be either elected or appointed. The method of selection shall be determined by the board of supervisors who determined the method of selecting the incumbent director whose term is expiring. The method of selection chosen shall be proclaimed by resolution. The successor of a director who must reside in a particular county shall be appointed or elected in the same manner as prescribed in Sections 9-10A-9 and 9-10A-10 except as otherwise provided in this section.

The successor of an at large director shall be either elected or appointed. The method of selection shall be determined by the several boards of supervisors who determined the method of selecting the incumbent director whose term is expiring. The method of selection chosen shall be proclaimed by resolution. The successor of an at large director shall be appointed or elected in the same manner as prescribed in Sections 9-10A-9 and 9-10A-10 except as otherwise provided in this section.

All successors shall be elected or appointed for terms of four years.

Elections shall be at least one month prior to the expiration of the term of office of the incumbent director whose term is expiring. The costs of elections shall be paid by the watershed management authority.

(Acts 1991, No. 91-602, p. 1119, §11.)