When a city has a market house or public hall in connection therewith in contemplation or in process of construction, the director of public service may employ three citizens of the city, to be named by him, who shall constitute a commission.
Each person so appointed shall receive such compensation, not to exceed five dollars for each meeting attended by him, as the director fixes, which shall in no case exceed twelve hundred dollars per annum. The compensation and expenses of the members of the commission shall be paid in the same manner as the cost of such buildings.
Such commission may appoint a secretary and other necessary employees, and, subject to the approval of the director, fix their compensation.
Effective Date: 10-01-1953