As used in this division, unless the context otherwise requires, "committee" means the city finance committee and "director" means the director of the department of management. A nine-member city finance committee is created. Members of the committee are:
1. The auditor of state or the auditor's designee.
2. A designee of the governor.
3. Five city officials who are regularly involved in budget preparation. One official must be from a city with a population of not over two thousand five hundred, one from a city with a population of over two thousand five hundred but not over fifteen thousand, one from a city with a population of over fifteen thousand but not over fifty thousand, one from a city with a population of over fifty thousand, and one from any size city. The governor shall select and appoint the city officials.
4. One certified public accountant experienced in city accounting, to be selected and appointed by the governor.
5. One operations research analyst experienced in cost effectiveness analysis of city services to be selected by, and serve at the pleasure of, the legislative council of the general assembly.
City official members and the certified public accountant are appointed for four-year terms beginning and ending as provided in section 69.19 and the terms of the city officials are staggered. When a city official member no longer holds the office which qualified the official for appointment, the official may no longer be a member of the committee. Any person appointed to fill a vacancy during a term is appointed to serve for the unexpired portion of the term. Any member is eligible for reappointment, but no member shall be appointed to serve more than two complete terms.
[C75, 77, 79, 81, § 384.13]
86 Acts, ch 1245, § 118
Referred to in § 384.5, 384.7, 384.8, 384.89
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