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A. If the contemplated bond issue is two million dollars or more, the board of supervisors shall appoint a county highway commission consisting of three members. If the contemplated bond issue is less than two million dollars, the board of supervisors shall be ex officio county highway commissioners and shall have all of the powers and duties of the county highway commission.
B. The commissioners:
1. Shall be residents and freeholders in the county of their appointment for the previous three years.
2. Shall be appointed for a term of two years.
3. Are subject to removal by the board for cause.
C. If the proposition to issue the bonds fails, when the improvements are completed or when the monies arising from the sale of the bonds voted at the election have been spent, the term of office of the commissioners ends.
D. The salary of each commissioner is ten dollars for each day actually and necessarily engaged in the duties of the office. In addition to regular compensation, each supervisor shall receive three dollars for each day actually and necessarily engaged as a commissioner.
E. Each commissioner shall give a bond to the county that is for an amount the board of supervisors requires and that is approved by the board. If the board of supervisors acts as the county highway commission, each member shall give an additional bond to the county of five thousand dollars that is conditioned and approved as official bonds of the board of supervisors.