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PDFWAC 352-04-010

Duties of chairperson and conduct of meetings.

(1) The chairperson shall call and preside at all regular or special meetings.
(2) The duties of the vice chairperson shall be to preside at all regular or special meetings in the absence of the chairperson. In addition, the vice chairperson shall serve as chairperson upon the resignation, death, or incapacitation for any reason of the chairperson, and shall so serve until the next regular election, or until the chairperson is again able to serve, whichever shall first occur.
(3) The secretary shall cause minutes to be taken and recorded of all regular or special meetings, and shall sign such minutes when transcribed and approved by the commission. In addition, the secretary shall succeed to the offices of vice chairperson or chairperson in the same manner and under the same conditions as set forth above for the vice chairperson.
(4) Regular meetings shall be held each calendar year, on the dates, times, and locations published in the Washington State Register, unless otherwise called by the chairperson or a majority of the commissioners. An annual schedule of the months in which meetings are to be held, and their locations, will be adopted by the commission and will be published on or before January in the Washington State Register, in accordance with RCW 42.30.075.
(5) An annual election shall be conducted for the offices of chairperson, vice chairperson, and secretary, at the first regular meeting of every year. The election shall be conducted by written ballot upon request of any member of the commission.
(6) The order of business at all regular meetings shall be:
(a) The call of the roll.
(b) Minutes of the previous meeting.
(c) Acceptance of agenda.
(d) Business of the day.
(e) Date and location of next meeting.
(f) Adjournment.
(7) The chairperson shall be a voting member of the commission. A majority of the authorized commission membership shall constitute a quorum for the transaction of business at all regular and special meetings. A majority vote of the commissioners present shall be sufficient to pass or defeat each measure brought to a vote, unless a unanimous vote of commissioners present is required by law.
[Statutory Authority: Title 79A RCW, RCW 79A.05.025, 79A.05.030, 79A.05.070, and 42.30.075. WSR 00-23-033, § 352-04-010, filed 11/8/00, effective 12/9/00. Statutory Authority: RCW 46.10.040, 43.51.040 and 43.51.060. WSR 87-24-032 (Order 102), § 352-04-010, filed 11/24/87. Statutory Authority: RCW 42.30.070 and 43.51.060. WSR 84-04-035 (Order 75), § 352-04-010, filed 1/26/84. Statutory Authority: RCW 42.30.070. WSR 83-01-113 (Order 64), § 352-04-010, filed 12/21/82. Statutory Authority: RCW 43.51.060 and 42.30.070. WSR 82-07-077 (Order 57), § 352-04-010, filed 3/23/82. Statutory Authority: RCW 43.51.030. WSR 80-14-010 (Order 47), § 352-04-010, filed 9/22/80; Order 12, § 352-04-010, filed 1/28/72; Order 7, § 352-04-010, filed 4/1/70.]
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