C.R.S. 37-41-114

 

C.R.S. 37-41-114

Current through all Laws passed during the 2018 Legislative Session


37-41-114. Meetings - duties - eminent domain

The  board of directors shall hold a regular quarterly meeting in its office  on the first Tuesday in January, April, July, and October and such  special meetings as may be required for the proper transaction of  business. All special meetings shall be called by the president of the  board or any two directors. All meetings of the board must be public,  and two members shall constitute a quorum for the transaction of  business and, on all questions requiring a vote, there shall be a  concurrence of at least two members of said board. All special meetings  of the board shall be held at locations which are within the boundaries  of the district or which are within the boundaries of any county in  which the district is located, in whole or in part, or in any county so  long as the meeting location does not exceed twenty miles from the  district boundaries. The provisions of this section governing the  location of meetings may be waived only if the proposed change of  location of a meeting of the board appears on the agenda of a regular or  special meeting of the board and if a resolution is adopted by the  board stating the reason for which a meeting of the board is to be held  in a location other than under the provisions of this section and  further stating the date, time, and place of such meeting. All records  of the board must be open to the inspection of any elector during  business hours. The board and its agents and employees shall have the  right to enter upon any land in the district, to make surveys, and to  locate and construct any canal and the necessary laterals. Said board  shall also have the right to acquire all lands, water rights,  franchises, and other property necessary for the construction, use,  maintenance, repair, and improvement of its canals, ditches, reservoirs,  and waterworks and shall also have the right by purchase or  condemnation to acquire rights-of-way for the construction or  enlargement of any of its ditches, canals, or reservoirs and lands for  reservoir sites.