3313.12 Compensation and mileage.

(A) Each member of the educational service center governing board may be paid such compensation as the governing board provides by resolution, provided that any such compensation shall not exceed one hundred twenty-five dollars a day plus mileage both ways, at the rate per mile provided by resolution of the governing board, for attendance at any meeting of the board. No member of an educational service center governing board shall receive in compensation under this division a total amount greater than five thousand dollars per year for service on the governing board. Such compensation and the expenses of the educational service center superintendent, itemized and verified, shall be paid from the educational service center governing board fund upon vouchers signed by the president of the governing board.

(B) The board of education of any city, local, or exempted village school district may provide by resolution for compensation of its members, provided that such compensation shall not exceed one hundred twenty-five dollars per member for meetings attended. No member of a school district board of education shall receive in compensation under this division a total amount greater than five thousand dollars per year for service on the board of education. The board may provide by resolution for the deduction of amounts payable for benefits under section 3313.202 of the Revised Code.

(C) Each member of a district board or educational service center governing board may be paid such compensation as the respective board provides by resolution for attendance at an approved training program, provided that such compensation shall not exceed sixty dollars a day for attendance at a training program three hours or fewer in length and one hundred twenty-five dollars a day for attendance at a training program longer than three hours in length.

Amended by 131st General Assembly File No. TBD, HB 2, §1, eff. 2/1/2016.

Effective Date: 09-20-2002; 09-29-2005

Note: The amendment to this section by 129th General AssemblyFile No.10, SB 5, §1 was rejected by voters in the November, 2011 election.