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Organization of directors
Soil & Water Conservation Districts (SWC) CHAPTER 9-B, ARTICLE 2
§ 8. Organization of directors. (1) The directors of the district
shall be the governing body thereof. They shall designate a chairman
and may, from time to time, change such designation. The directors may
delegate to their chairman, or to one or more directors, such powers and
duties as they shall deem proper. They shall designate a secretary and
a treasurer, and an assistant treasurer if necessary, who need not be
directors, and may, from time to time, change such designations. The
duties of the secretary shall be to record the minutes of all meetings,
carry on the necessary correspondence for the district, and other duties
in line with the position. The duties of the treasurer shall be to
receive and have the custody of the funds of the district and to
disburse the same for authorized purposes on the order of the directors,
to keep appropriate and required books and records in connection
therewith, and to submit same for examination and make reports to the
directors at any time, upon their request. It shall be the duty of the
assistant treasurer, if any, to assist the treasurer in the performance
of his duties. The directors shall furnish to the state committee, upon
request, copies of such rules, orders, contracts, forms, and other
documents as they shall adopt or employ, and such other information
concerning their activities as it may require in the performance of its
duties under this chapter.

(2) The directors shall provide for the execution of surety bonds for
any members or employees who shall be entrusted with funds or property;
shall provide for the keeping of a full and accurate record of all
proceedings and of all resolutions, regulations and orders issued or
adopted; and shall provide for an annual audit of the accounts of
receipts and disbursements.

(3) The directors may invite the legislative body of any municipality
to designate a representative to advise and consult with the directors
of the district on all questions of program and policy which may affect
the property, water supply or other interests of such municipality.