staggered board of directors

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a board of directors a portion of whose members are elected each year instead of all members being elected annually

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An independent board of commissioners with staggered terms would give the CFPB a level of stability that it currently lacks, Neugebauer contended, as well as more transparency.
Almost all statewide executive elective officers serve four-year terms, with the exception being railroad commissioners, who serve six-year staggered terms.
Secondly, staggered terms will ensure continuity of the board.
The new water-sewer commission will be formed by electing five members to staggered terms.
Members of the Board will initially serve in staggered terms of one, two and three years.
Consumer Product Safety Commission--on the theory that their independence from the administration and the commissioners' staggered terms would enable the agencies to rise above politics and address crucial problems.
Classified board membership is built on staggered terms, which often can be used as a defensive measure to hold off a potential hostile takeover.
The members of the committee shall serve for 3-year staggered terms. The president of The Florida Bar shall appoint the chair and vice chair of each committee.
This problem is not unique to California: twenty-eight states elect one or both houses of their legislature by staggered terms. (4) Each of these states must balance legislative continuity and state constitutional requirements with democratic participation and federal equal protection principles in reconciling staggered elections with decennial redistricting.
Directors who are serving on a board with staggered terms, even if they have not yet received a request to eliminate the different classes, should be considering the appropriate response.
AACC is governed by a 32 member board of directors, elected for 3-year staggered terms. This paper presents several facts about AACC for 2011.
At the annual meeting the shareholders approved proposals which include the classification of the board of directors int three classes with staggered terms.
RVPs are elected for a three-year term, with staggered terms, so that approximately one-third of the positions are up for election or reelection each year.
There are 9 directors with staggered terms, 3 whose terms end each year and 3 new Directors elected.
The six FEC commissioners have staggered terms, and one Republican and one Democrat are supposed to end their terms simultaneously so there is no partisan advantage.