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Section 331.01 | County facilities review board.


In each county there may be a county facilities review board. Each such board shall consist of six persons, not more than three of whom shall have the same political affiliations, appointed for the inspection of all charitable and correctional institutions supported in whole or in part from county or municipal corporation funds. Three of such appointees shall be women. If the judge of the probate court chooses to appoint a county facilities review board, he shall initially appoint six persons, two of whom shall be appointed for terms of three years, two for terms of two years, and two for terms of one year. The terms of office shall commence on the first day of May. Thereafter, within thirty days prior to the first day of May of each year, the judge shall appoint two persons for a term of three years, beginning upon the first day of May. The judge of the probate court may terminate or reconstitute the county facilities review board by an appropriate journal entry.

All vacancies in the board shall be filled in the manner provided by the original appointment, for the unexpired term only.

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