AN ACT TO CHANGE THE MANNER OF SELECTION OF CERTAIN MEMBERS OF THE BOARD OF TRUSTEES OF ISOTHERMAL COMMUNITY COLLEGE.
House committee substitute makes the following changes to the 1st edition.
Increases the number of members on the board of trustees for Isothermal Community College to 15 (was, 13).
Provides that there are to be seven trustees elected by the Rutherford County Commissioners. Directs the Rutherford County Commissioners to ensure that, among those appointments, at least one member has experience in small business, one member has experiences in private sector accounting or budgeting, and one member has experience in building maintenance or equipment.
Provides that there are to be three members elected by the Polk County Commissioners. Directs the Polk County Commissioners to ensure that, among those appointments, at least one member has experience in small business.
Retains provision from the first edition for four trustees appointed by the Governor and the president of the student government or the chair of the executive board of the student body as an ex-officio nonvoting member of the Board.
No longer includes any appointments to the Board of Trustees by the General Assembly.
Provides that the requirement to appoint members with certain background experiences must be met no later than July 1, 2018.
Continues to provide that this act applies only to Isothermal Community College.
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