CCS HCS SCS SB 44, 2015 (Amended Section - as Truly Agreed)
260.320. 1. The executive board shall meet within thirty
days after the selection of the initial members. The time and
place of the first meeting of the board shall be designated by
the council. A majority of the members of the board shall constitute
a quorum. At its first meeting the board shall elect a chairman
from its members and select a secretary, treasurer and such officers
or employees as it deems expedient or necessary for the accomplishment
of its purposes. The secretary and treasurer need not be members
of the board.
2. The executive board may adopt, alter or repeal its own bylaws, rules and regulations governing the manner in which its business may be transacted, including procedures for the replacement of persons who habitually fail to attend board meetings, and may establish its fiscal year, adopt an official seal, apply for and accept grants, gifts or appropriations from any public or private sector, make all expenditures which are incidental and necessary to carry out its purposes and powers, and take such action, enter into such agreements and exercise all other powers and functions necessary or appropriate to carry out the duties and purposes of sections 260.200 to 260.345.
3. The executive board shall:
(1) Review and comment upon applications for permits submitted pursuant to section 260.205, for solid waste processing facilities and solid waste disposal areas which are to be located within the region or, if located in an adjacent region, which will impact solid waste management practices within the region;
(2) Prepare and recommend to the council a solid waste management plan for the district;
(3) Identify illegal dump sites and provide all available information about such sites to the appropriate county prosecutor and to the department;
(4) Establish an education program to inform the public about responsible solid waste management practices;
(5) Establish procedures to minimize the introduction of small quantities of hazardous waste, including household hazardous waste, into the solid waste stream;
(6) Assure adequate capacity to manage waste which is not otherwise removed from the solid waste stream; and
(7) Appoint one or more geographically balanced advisory committees composed of the representatives of commercial generators, representatives of the solid waste management industry, and two citizens unaffiliated with a solid waste facility or operation to assess and make recommendations on solid waste management.
4. The executive board may enter into contracts with any person or entity for services related to any component of the solid waste management system. Bid specifications for solid waste management services shall be designed to meet the objectives of sections 260.200 to 260.345, encourage small businesses to engage and compete in the delivery of solid waste management services and to minimize the long-run cost of managing solid waste. Bid specifications shall enumerate the minimum components and minimum quantities of waste products which shall be recycled by the successful bidder. The board shall divide the district into units to maximize access for small businesses when it requests bids for solid waste management services, but in no case shall a district executive board perform solid waste management projects that compete with a qualified private enterprise.
5. No person shall serve as a member of the council or of the executive board who is a stockholder, officer, agent, attorney or employee or who is in any way pecuniarily interested in any business which engages in any aspect of solid waste management regulated under sections 260.200 to 260.345; provided, however, that such member may own stock in a publicly traded corporation which may be involved in solid waste management as long as such holdings are not substantial.