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Chapter 14: BOARDS, COMMITTEES AND COMMISSIONS
ARTICLE VII Conservation Commission [Adopted 2-5-1990; amended 1-3-1994]
§ 14-27. Membership; appointment; terms of office; Chairperson.
A. There shall be a Commission known as the "Conservation Commission." The Commission shall consist of 11 regular members and three alternates who shall be residents or employed within the City of Middletown. A. The 11 regular members shall be appointed and serve as follows: two shall serve for one-year terms; two shall serve for two-year terms; two shall serve for three-year terms; two shall serve for four-year terms; and three shall serve for five-year terms.
B. The three alternate members shall be appointed and serve as follows: one shall serve for a term of one year; one shall serve for a term of two years; and one shall serve for a term of three years.
C. Filling of Commission vacancies shall be conducted in a manner that will maintain the staggered term expiration dates. New Commissioners appointed to fill unexpired terms will serve the remainder of the term. New Commissioners appointed at the start of a term or Commissioners being reappointed shall be appointed for a full five-year term.
D. The terms of all Commission members, regular and alternate, shall commence on February 15.
E. All members, both regular and alternate, of the Commission shall be appointed by the Mayor with the consent of the Common Council.
F. The Commission shall elect a Chairperson at the first meeting of the new Commission in 1990 and, thereafter, at its first meeting in each subsequent year.
§ 14-28. Duties.
The Commission shall perform such duties as are required and permitted of a municipal conservation commission as provided in C.G.S. § 7-131a, as amended.