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Community Revelopment Authority (CRA)


Pursuant to Neb. RS 18-2101 et seq., there is hereby created a community redevelopment
authority which shall be known as “Community Redevelopment Authority of the City of
Madison, Nebraska.” The Authority may exercise all of the power and authority granted to a
community redevelopment authority under Neb. RS 18-2101 to 18-2144. Within 90 days after
passage of this section, the Mayor, with the approval of the City Council, shall appoint 5 persons
who shall constitute the Authority. The terms of the members of the Authority initially appointed
shall be for 1 year, 2 years, 3 years, 4 years and 5 years, as designated by the Mayor in making
the respective appointments. As the terms of the members of the Authority expire, the Mayor,
with the approval of the City Council, shall appoint or reappoint a member of the Authority for a
term of 5 years to succeed the member whose term expires. Vacancies shall be filled for any
unexpired term in the same manner as the original appointment. Members of the Authority so
appointed shall hold office until their successors have been appointed and qualified. All
members of the Authority shall serve without compensation, but shall be entitled to be
reimbursed for all necessary expenses incurred. The Authority shall organize by electing such
statutory officers as may be necessary. No member or employee of the Authority shall have any
interest directly or indirectly in any contract for property, materials or services to be required by
the Authority. The Authority shall keep an accurate account of all its activities and of all receipts
and disbursements and shall make at least an annual report of such activities, receipts and
disbursements to the Mayor and City Council.

(1995 Code, § 2-207) (Ord. 611, passed 4-12-2000)


Brenda Jones; President 
Alvin Schroeder
Kurt Jackson 
Scott Goltry
Vacant –Applications available if interested to be a part of this board.

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