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Senate Bill 0060


Senate Bill 0060

ARCHIVE (2011)

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DIGEST OF SB 60 (Updated April 29, 2011 8:37 pm - DI 75)


Local government issues. Provides that one executive session per calendar year may be held under the open door law to train members of a board of aviation commissioners or an airport authority board with an outside consultant about the performance of the role of the members as public officials. Specifies that the statutes governing public work projects by political subdivisions apply to contracts by a board of aviation commissioners or an airport authority board. Provides that an airport authority board may provide aviation services to public use airports within or outside Indiana either directly or through an affiliate entity established by the board. Provides that for purposes of the local public works statutes, bids may be opened after the time designated if: (1) the political subdivision makes a written determination that it is in the best interest of the political subdivision to delay the opening; and (2) the day, time, and place of the rescheduled opening are announced at the day, time, and place of the originally scheduled opening. Changes the membership of the board of the Indianapolis airport authority. Reduces the number of members appointed by the mayor of the consolidated city from six members to five members. Provides for the majority leader of the city-county council to appoint a member currently appointed by the county commissioners from one of the townships in which the airport is located. Increases the number of voting members by one member. Provides that the term of office of the member appointed by the county commissioners expires January 1, 2012. Provides that the appointment by the majority leader of the county legislative body is effective January 1, 2012. Provides that the individual appointed by the county commissioners and whose term expires January 1, 2012, may be reappointed by any public official who has appointment authority after December 31, 2011.
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