(1) During its organizational meeting, the Chairperson and Board shall act to create an Executive Committee that shall consist of the Chairperson, Vice Chairperson, and Treasurer. This committee shall be responsible for communication and coordination with the Council and shall meet to consider any business deemed necessary by its members.
In the event of extraordinary circumstances, when the full Board, because of time constraints, cannot be called into emergency session, the Executive Committee shall have the authority to meet and take appropriate action and may expend Board funds up to $15,000. Any action regarding the expenditure of funds shall, at the Board’s next regular meeting or at an appropriately-called special meeting, be considered and ratified by the membership.
(2) The Chairperson, with the approval of the Board, may appoint the following standing committees. These committees shall be responsible for the issues noted and to meet and consider any other business deemed necessary or assigned by the Chairperson.
(a) Bylaws / Personnel and Procedures Handbook: to maintain the integrity of the Board’s Bylaws and its Personnel, Rules, Regulations, and Policies Handbook through bi-annual reviews at a minimum;
(b) Long-Range Operations: to review annually the Board’s three-year financial plan as well as its proposed fiscal year work program and budget, and where appropriate, to evaluate other financial issues brought before the Board;
(c) Capital Management: to monitor management of the Board’s capital assets and technology (hardware, software, and electronic data); and
(d) Intergovernmental Relations: to facilitate communication and coordination with the local governmental jurisdictions represented on the Council and the other agencies with which it works, and to assist with KRS 147A.027 training of local planning commissions and boards of adjustment.
(3) The Chairperson, with the approval of the Board, may appoint special committees at any time, establish their charges, and set their time lines as necessary.