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46-183 - Advisory council on aging; members; appointment; terms; compensation; officers; subcommittee
46-183. Advisory council on aging; members; appointment; terms; compensation; officers; subcommittee
A. The advisory council on aging is established in the governor's office of youth, faith and family.
B. The advisory council on aging consists of fifteen members who are appointed by the governor. The governor shall remove a member for cause. Members who are appointed to the council shall be selected pursuant to rules adopted by the director that conform to the older Americans act of 1965 (P.L. 89-73, 79 Stat. 218, 42 United States Code sections 3001 through 3058ff) and the federal regulations promulgated pursuant to that act. In addition members shall have a knowledge of, and an established basic interest in, the problems affecting older citizens, and members shall be selected with due regard to geographic and other elements of representation in order that as many divergent views as possible can be represented.
C. Each member of the council serves a term of three years. Vacancies occurring other than by expiration of term shall be filled in the same manner for the balance of the unexpired term.
D. The governor shall appoint a chairperson each year from the council membership who shall appoint a vice chairperson and secretary from the council membership. The governor shall also appoint an executive director. The governor's office of youth, faith and family shall provide necessary staff services to the advisory council on aging.
E. The chairperson shall appoint a subcommittee on Alzheimer's disease and related disorders.