[HISTORY: Adopted by the City Council of the City of Pleasantville as indicated in article histories. Amendments noted where applicable.]
[Adopted 7-17-1995 by Ord. No. 14-1995; amended in its entirety 8-18-2003 by Ord. No. 26-2003]
The Board of Trustees of the Pleasantville Urban Enterprise Corporation will have nine Trustees and two alternates. Seven Trustees and one alternate will be public Trustees. There will be three Trustees from the City administration, one of which shall be the Mayor and two of which will be Trustees of Council.
Two of the public Trustees will be at-large trustees residing in the City of Pleasantville. The remaining five public Trustees shall include one Trustee from each of the following professions: attorney, realtor, retail merchant, lender/banking official and Trustee of the City Planning Board.
The five Trustees from the specified professions will be residents of the City of Pleasantville or practice their profession in the City of Pleasantville. Trustees of these professions who are retired are eligible to serve in the position reserved for the profession for which the Trustee has been retired. The Trustee of the Board who serves in the position reserved for Planning Board Trustee must maintain his/her position on the Planning Board, and any resignation or termination from the Planning Board will be deemed a resignation or termination from the Board of Trustees of the Pleasantville Urban Enterprise Zone Corporation.
The Mayor shall serve by virtue of his/her office.
The Council Trustee shall be appointed annually by the President of Council at the annual reorganization meeting of Council.
Two of the Trustees shall be designated as at-large alternates. One of the alternates shall be a second Trustee of City Council and shall be appointed annually by the President of Council at the annual reorganization meeting of Council. The second at-large alternate shall be either a resident of the City of Pleasantville or shall be an owner or operator of a business located in the City of Pleasantville.
Each public Trustee shall be appointed for a term of three years, except for the initial appointment which shall follow the effective date of this article. Initial appointments shall be made so as to provide for staggered expiration dates. Specifically, the initial appointment of the lender/banking professional and one at-large resident shall expire December 31, 1995. The initial appointment of the retail merchant and one at-large resident shall expire December 31, 1996. The initial appointment of the attorney, realtor and City Planning Board Trustee shall expire December 31, 1997.
Appointments of the public Trustees and alternates shall be made at the annual reorganization meeting of the City Council by a majority vote of Council. Any vacancy of public Trustee or alternate may be filled by a majority vote of City Council at any regularly scheduled meeting of City Council.