Borough of Plymouth, PA
Luzerne County
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[HISTORY: Adopted by the Borough Council of the Borough of Plymouth 10-10-1973 by Res. No. 26-1973. Amendments noted where applicable.]
There is hereby created and established a body, to be referred to as the "Plymouth Recreation Board," with powers and purposes as follows.
The powers and purposes of the Plymouth Recreation Board are to:
A. 
Actively seek assistance, including, but not limited to, economic, technical, managerial and planning assistance, from any and all appropriate agencies, groups and/or organizations, be they public or private.
B. 
Aid the Borough Council in maintaining, supervising, operating, equipping and regulating recreational facilities and places within the Borough limits.
C. 
Develop a Comprehensive Recreational Resource Development Plan for the Borough of Plymouth, which is to be filed in the office of the Borough Engineer or other appropriate office.
D. 
Make any necessary recommendations to the Borough Council as to the most expeditious, balanced and Comprehensive Plan for recreational resource development in the Borough of Plymouth.
The Board shall consist of seven members, who shall be appointed by the Borough Council and who shall serve their terms at the discretion of the Borough Council, but in no event shall serve a term longer than five years. The terms of the Board members shall be staggered in such manner such that at least one expires annually. Members of the Board shall serve without pay. Vacancies on the Board occurring otherwise than by expiration of a term shall be filled by the Plymouth Borough Council.
The members of the Plymouth Recreation Board herein established shall elect their own Chairman and Secretary and select all other necessary officers, to serve for a period of one year. The Board shall have the power to adopt such substantive and procedural rules and regulations as may be necessary or convenient for the efficient conduct of its powers and purposes.