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SECTION 22.05
Creation and administration of the trust
Arts and Cultural Affairs (ACA) CHAPTER 11-C, TITLE E, ARTICLE 22
§ 22.05. Creation and administration of the trust. 1. There is hereby
created the trust for cultural resources of the county of Onondaga which
shall have all the powers, rights, privileges and exemptions of a trust
for cultural resources described in article twenty of this chapter and
this article.

2. The board of trustees of the trust shall consist of five trustees,
all of whom shall be appointed by the county executive with the approval
of the county legislature after consultation with persons designated by
participating cultural institutions. The county executive, after
consultation with such persons, shall appoint a trustee as chairman of
the board of trustees. The chairman shall preside over all meetings of
the board of trustees, and after consultation with the county executive,
the chairman shall appoint a trustee as president and chief executive
officer of the trust. The chairman and the president and chief executive
officer shall have such powers and duties as are set forth in the
by-laws of the trust. Trustees shall be appointed for a term of six
years from the effective dates of their appointments; provided, however,
that the term of office of two trustees first appointed, other than the
chairman and the president, shall be five years, and the term of office
of one trustee first appointed, other than the chairman and the
president, shall be four years. All trustees shall continue to hold
office until their successors have been appointed. If at any time there
is a vacancy in the membership of the board of trustees, by reason of
death, resignation, disqualification or otherwise, such vacancy shall be
filled for the unexpired term in the same manner as the original
appointment. The county executive may remove any trustee from office for
cause.