City Code - Chapter § 15-10 Board of Trustees.
The City of Saco, by special election held on the second Monday of September 1917, as authorized by Chapter 95 of the Private and Special Laws of the State of Maine of the year 1917, having voted to accept the legacies and bequests of Lucia Kimball Deering as provided in the last will and testament of said Lucia Kimball Deering, dated November 19, 1915, said legacies and bequests, devises and gifts, which the City of Saco, Maine, is or may be authorized to accept, under the provisions of said Chapter 95 of the Private and Special Laws of the State of Maine of the year 1917, are hereby placed in the care, custody and under the administration of seven citizens of the City of Saco, who shall constitute a Board of Trustees for the care, custody and administration of these funds and the income thereof and to be designated as the "Board of Trustees for the care, custody and administration of the legacies and bequests provided for under the terms of the will of Lucia Kimball Deering" and all other legacies, bequests, devises or gifts to the said City of Saco for hospital purposes.
§ 15-11 Membership and term.
The Board of Trustees shall consist of seven members, all being citizens of the City of Saco. Members shall be appointed by the Mayor, with the City Council confirmation, for a term of six years, beginning as each current member in 2009, on file with the City Clerk, concludes their lifetime term, initially with two members being appointed for six years, two members being appointed for four years, and three members being appointed for two years. Vacancies that occur in the Board of Trustees by death, resignation or removal from the City of Saco or by failure to qualify as provided in § 15-12 shall be filled in the same manner.
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