(620 ILCS 45/4)
(from Ch. 15 1/2, par. 87)
One of the directors of each governmental unit shall hold
office for one year, 2 for two years, and 2
for three years
from the first day of July following their respective appointments, and
until his successor is appointed, and at their first regular meeting
they shall cast lots for the respective terms; and annually thereafter,
the chairman or president of the county board, and the governing body of
any taxing district jointly interested in the maintenance and operation
of such airport and landing field, as provided in this Act, shall before
the first day of July of each year, appoint in the manner hereinbefore
provided, one director to take the place of each retiring director, who
shall hold office for three years and until his successor is appointed.
The chairman or president of the county board may, with the consent of
three-fourths of the members of the county board, remove any director
for misconduct or neglect of duty, and any governing body of any taxing
district jointly operating said airport as herein provided may, by
three-fourths vote, remove any director so appointed by the respective
taxing district for like reasons.
Any board organized under the provisions of Section 3 of this Act, already
in existence at the time of the effective date of this amendatory Act of
1980, shall be expanded immediately by the appointment of the additional
directors as herein provided.
One director shall be appointed to serve until July 1, 1981; the other shall
be appointed to serve until July 1, 1982. At the end of the respective
terms a successor shall be appointed for each director to serve the full
term as hereinbefore provided.
(Source: P.A. 81-1390.)