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PUBLIC LAW 93-471-OCT. 26, 1974
(6) As the initial terms of the alumni members expire, the three alumni trustees shall be appointed by the Alumni Association of the University or the Mayor if no alumni association of such University exists. (b) All nominations and appointments under this section shall be made not later than August 2, 1975. The terms of the members of existing Boards shall terminate on the day that the Trustees amiounce the consolidation has been effectuated, but in no event shall the terms terminate later than June 30, 1976. (c) The Trustees shall hold the first meeting no later than September 2, 1975. The first meeting of the Trustees shall be convened by a member of the Trustees designated by the Mayor. (d) The student member of the Trustees shall serve a one-year term of office; all other Trustees may be selected to serve one successive term. (e) The terms of nonstudent Trustees shall be determined by lots cast at the first meeting of the Trustees, with the initial lots to provide: (1) three shall serve terms of two years; (2) three shall serve terms of three years; (3) three shall serve terms of four years; and (4) five shall serve terms of five years. (f) Any Trustee selected to fill a vacancy shall be selected only for the remainder of the term for which his predecessor was selected and in the same manner as the original selection. A Trustee may serve after the expiration of his term until his successor has qualified to take office. (g) A Chairman and Vice Chairman (1) shall be selected by the Trustees from among the District of Columbia resident members, (2) shall serve a one-year term as Chairman or Vice Chairman, (3) may be reappointed, and (4) cannot serve in such capacity beyond their term as member. (h) All members selected to the Trustees shall have been residents of the District of Columbia for the twelve consecutive months preceding the date of their selection except that the Mayor may nominate not more than four persons to the Trustees who are not residents of the District of Columbia if, in his judgment, their nominations would enhance the Trustees. (i) Members of the Trustees may be employees of the United States or of the District of Columbia government, unless they hold positions in clear conflict of interest. (j) The president of the University shall be an ex officio member of the Trustees.
S U S P E N S I O N A N D REMOVAL
SEC. 202. Any Trustee shall be automatically suspended from serving as such member after he has been found guilty of a felony by a court of competent jurisdiction. Upon a final determination of his guilt or innocence, the term of such member shall automatically terminate or be reinstated.
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SEC. 203. Trustees shall serve without compensation, but may be D C code 31reimbursed for their expenses, including per diem in lieu of sub- ^^^^• sistence, at the maximum rate equal to the daily equivalent provided for by grade 18 of the General Schedule established under section 5332 of title 5 of the United States Code, with a limit of $4,000 per s use 5332 note. annum, while actually engaged in service for the Trustees.