Chapter 3383-7 Officers
In accordance with division (E) of section 3383.02 of the Revised Code, the officers of the commission shall be chairperson, vice chairperson, and secretary-treasurer.
Each officer, shall be elected annually at the annual organizational meeting and shall hold office until the next annual organizational meeting.
In the event that an office is vacated whether by resignation, expiration of a member's term, death, removal, disqualification, or for any other cause, the commission shall fill the vacancy for the unexpired portion of the term by holding an election at a subsequent meeting of the commission.
(A) The executive director shall be chief administrative officer of the commission and shall have general supervision over affairs of the commission as directed by the commission.
(B) The executive director and all members of the commission shall comply with the applicable statutes and regulations of the state of Ohio.
The secretary-treasurer shall:
(A) Certify and keep at the principal office of the commission a copy of its rules and regulations, as amended.
(B) Keep at the principal office of the commission or such other place as the members of the commission may direct, a book of the minutes of all the meetings of the commission (whether regular or special), their time and place, the notices thereof and the names of those present at the meetings, copies of which minutes shall be mailed to each member after the meeting.
(C) See that all notices are duly given in accordance with the provisions of these rules and regulations and as required by law.
(D) Be custodian of the records of the commission.
(E) See that books, reports, statements and all other documents and reports required by law are properly kept and filed.
(F) Exhibit at all reasonable times to any member of the commission, upon application, the records of the proceedings of the members.
(G) In general, perform all duties of the office of secretary-treasurer and such other duties as may from time to time be required of him/her by the commission.
The commission from time to time may appoint one or more consultants for the purpose of advising the commission on particular matters pertaining to its functions. Each consultant shall be formally designated as such and shall hold office for such period as the commission shall designate.