Chapter 2.88


2.88.010    Board established and jurisdiction.

2.88.020    Membership.

2.88.030    Duties.

2.88.040    Meetings.

2.88.050    Compensation.

2.88.010 Board established and jurisdiction.

The city of Marysville, having a population of over 20,000 persons, pursuant to the authority in RCW 41.26.110, hereby establishes a disability board for the Washington Law Enforcement Officers and Firefighters Retirement System within or employed by the city of Marysville. (Ord. 2350 § 1, 2000).

2.88.020 Membership.

(1) The disability board shall consist of the following five members:

(a) Two members of the city council to be appointed by the mayor.

(b) Two active or retired law enforcement officer representatives.

(c) One member of the public who resides within the city of Marysville, to be appointed by the other members of the disability board who are eligible to vote.

(d) The human resources director shall serve as board secretary.

(2) Retired members who are subject to the jurisdiction of the board have both the right to elect and the right to be elected under this section. Elections pursuant to this section shall be conducted and administered by the secretary of the disability board.

(3) All members appointed or elected pursuant to this section shall serve a two-year term, with the exception of one police officer member and one council member who on the first term shall only serve a one-year term, and all terms shall expire on the thirty-first day of December of the last year for which the term is made; provided, that members shall remain in office until their successors are confirmed. Any member who ceases to have the qualifications provided in this section shall be deemed to have forfeited his or her office.

(4) Vacancies occurring otherwise than through the expiration of terms shall be filled for the remainder of the term of the member being replaced. Vacancies shall be filled in the same manner as original appointments. (Ord. 2960 § 1, 2014; Ord. 2350 § 2, 2000).

2.88.030 Duties.

The board shall perform all functions, exercise all powers, and make all determinations as specified in Chapter 41.26 RCW, as now or hereafter amended. (Ord. 2350 § 3, 2000).

2.88.040 Meetings.

The members of the board shall at the first meeting of the year, or the first meeting after appointments have occurred if the board desires, select from among their members a chairperson and chairperson pro tem, and such other offices as may be necessary, who shall serve in that capacity for a one-year term commencing with the first meeting of the year. The presence of three members of the board shall be required to constitute a quorum for the transaction of business. Public meetings of the board shall be held at a scheduled time and place established by the members of the board.

The board shall appoint a secretary to take minutes and maintain the disability board’s records. (Ord. 2350 § 4, 2000).

2.88.050 Compensation.

The members of the board shall serve without compensation for their service but the members shall be reimbursed for travel expense incidental to such service as to the amount authorized by law. (Ord. 2350 § 5, 2000).