|DRAFT CSC, Title 10. Boards and Commission|
§ 1601. Creation.
§ 1602. Members of the Board.
§ 1603. Term of office.
§ 1604. Removal for cause.
§ 1605. Meetings.
§ 1606. Duties and responsibilities.
§ 1607. Recreation fund.
§ 1608. Reports of Board.
§ 1609. Reversion of funds.
§ 1610. Director of Recreation; Establishment of position.
§ 1611. Director; Functions.
§ 1612. Director; Selection.
§ 1613. Director; Compensation.
There is hereby created a
Source: 25 TDC § 1, modified.
The Board shall consist of five members, each member to represent each of the five congressional election districts within the State. The Governor shall submit his nominations, one from each of the five congressional election districts, to the Legislature for advice and consent. The Recreation Board shall elect a Chairman, Vice-Chairman and a Secretary from among its members during its first meeting, to be called by the Governor. A quorum of all special and regular meetings of the Board shall be three
Source: 25 TDC § 2, as amended by TSL 3-19, § 1 and TSL 5-93, § 1.
Editor's note: TSL 5-93 that amended this section was signed into law by the Governor on June 4, 1984.
The terms of office of the appointees shall be three years. Five appointees shall be residents of lagoon municipalities, two appointees shall be residents of the Mortlock Islands, and two appointees shall be residents of the Western, Hall, and Nomunwito Islands. Appointments of members shall be made within 30
Source: 25 TDC § 3.
All members shall be subject to removal for cause by the
Source: 25 TDC § 4, modified.
Notwithstanding any provisions of
Source: 25 TDC § 5, modified.
It shall be the primary responsibility of the Board to ensure the progressive improvement in the status and development of the recreational activities in
Source: 25 TDC § 6, as amended by TDL 25-10, § 1(6), modified.
(1) There is hereby established the
(2) The management and administration of the fund shall be the responsibility of the Recreation Board. The fund shall be used to fulfill the following purposes:
(a) compensation of the Director of Recreation and other employees;
(b) payment of five dollars each per day for those members who work on Charter Day
(c) prizes for games and sporting events;
(d) inter-island traveling expenses of the Recreation Director and employees and miscellaneous expenses in the development of other recreation activities;
(e) inter-island transportation for athletes participating in organized Recreation Board activities; and
(f) equipment, supplies, and other costs incurred in carrying out the purposes of this Chapter.
Source: 25 TDC § 1, as amended by TDL 22-3, § 2, TDL 24-1-5, § 1 and TDL 25-10, § 2(2), modified.
The Board is hereby required to submit reports to the
Source: 25 TDC § 8, modified.
Any funds unspent or unobligated under this Chapter shall revert to the General Fund of the
Source: 25 TDC § 9, modified.
There is hereby established the position of
Source: 25 TDC § 51, modified.
(1) To develop and coordinate a comprehensive recreation program for all municipalities within
(2) To render assistance to all municipalities in the establishment of local island recreational programs;
(3) To train recreational leaders within
(4) To coordinate all
(5) To assume general supervision of all recreational facilities and equipment within the
(6) To perform such other functions as may reasonably appertain to his office.
Source: 25 TDC § 52, modified.
Source: 25 TDC § 53, modified.
Source: 25 TDC § 54, modified.
Cross-reference: The statutory provisions on the Chuuk State Public Service System are codified in Title 9 on Public Service System of this Code.