Parks, Zoological Gardens, And Airports (Excerpt) Act 90 Of 1913


Published: 2015

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PARKS, ZOOLOGICAL GARDENS, AND AIRPORTS (EXCERPT)
Act 90 of 1913

123.66a County airport committee; appointment, powers, organization.

Sec. 6-a.

Whenever a board of supervisors of any county shall have adopted a resolution to purchase, condemn or to accept certain lands for airport or landing field purposes and makes an appropriation therefor under the provisions of sections 1 and 2 of this act, there shall be created a board of 3 members to be known as a “county airport committee.” These 3 members may be either 3 members of the board of county road commissioners or 3 members of the board of supervisors as determined by the majority vote of the members of the board of supervisors. Such county airport committee shall have the management, control and expenditure of such funds collected and shall hold in trust for the county the title to any real estate so purchased, acquired by condemnation or accepted by way of gift or devise for airport or landing field purposes and shall supervise the improvement of any such property so purchased, acquired or accepted as authorized by the board of supervisors. Such county airport committee shall have the care and control of all airport and landing field property and may make reasonable rules and regulations and enforce the same when made respecting the use by the public of such property. They shall elect a chairman and secretary from among the members. All expenditures of funds so appropriated shall be paid only by the county treasurer on the warrant or voucher of the chairman and 1 other member of such board. The committee so appointed shall make a full report to the board of supervisors at each October session as to the condition of the airport or landing field property and the expenditure of funds. The members of such committee shall continue to act until their successors have been duly elected or appointed.


History: Add. 1939, Act 275, Eff. Sept. 29, 1939

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CL 1948, 123.66a

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