Composition of the Board

The Board of Directors shall be composed of ten members, whom shall be elected to serve for a two-year term.  The term limit of the board is 2 terms (4 years).  All officers of the Board are elected annually with exception to the Treasurer who is elected every 2 years.

The government and policy-making responsibilities of the chamber shall be vested in the Board of Directors, which shall control its property, be responsible for its finances, and direct its affairs.

PRESIDENT:  The President shall serve as the chief elected officer of the chamber of commerce and shall preside at all meetings of the membership and the Board.  The President shall determine all committees, select all committee leaders, and assist in the election of the committees.

VICE PRESIDENT: The duties of the Vice President shall be such, as their title would indicate, as well as those that may be assigned by the President and Board. They will also have under their immediate jurisdiction of all committees pertaining to their general duties.

TREASURER: The Treasurer shall be responsible for the safeguarding of all funds received by the chamber and for their proper disbursement. Such funds shall be kept on deposit in financial institutions, or invested in a manner approved by the Executive Board. Checks are to be signed by the Treasurer and the President or Vice President. The Treasurer shall prepare a monthly financial report to be made to the Executive Board and an annual report in May.

SECRETARY: The duties of the secretary shall be such as their titles by general usage would indicate, and such as required by law, as well as those that may be assigned by the President and the Board.