CHAPTER 7. COUNTY COMMISSIONS AND OFFICERS.

§7-12-5. Compensation of members; expenses; recusal of member from voting where conflict of interest involved.

(a) No member of the authority shall receive any compensation, whether in formal salary, per diem allowance or otherwise, in connection with his or her services as such member: Provided, That each member shall, however, be entitled to reimbursement by the authority for any necessary expenditures in connection with the performance of his or her general duties as such member: Provided however, That each member may be reimbursed for his or her reasonable and necessary expenses, including but not limited to compensation, in connection with his or her performance of other duties as assigned by the authority in connection with the June 2016 flooding event in West Virginia, if such duties and such reimbursement is first approved by a vote of the authority, with the member to be reimbursed being recused from voting upon the question.

(b) Whenever a person associated with a public utility or bank as set out in section four of this article has a conflict of interest between the board and that public utility or bank, then he or she must recuse himself or herself from any vote, discussion or other activity associated with the board or its members that creates the conflict of interest.

§7-12-5. Compensation of members; expenses; recusal of member from voting where conflict of interest involved.

Bills Affecting §7-12-5

2021 Regular Session: HB3254