Nevada Miscellaneous Matters Related to Government and Public Affairs
Sec. § 241.025
Designee of member of public body not allowed; exception.


1.

Unless the designation is expressly authorized by the legal authority pursuant to which a public body was created:

(a)

The public body may not designate a person to attend a meeting of the public body in the place of a member of the public body; and

(b)

A member of the public body may not designate a person to attend a meeting of the public body in his or her place.

2.

Any authorized designation must be made in writing or made on the record at a meeting of the public body.

3.

A person who is designated to attend a meeting of a public body in the place of a member of the public body:

(a)

Shall be deemed to be a member of the public body for the purposes of determining a quorum at the meeting; and

(b)

Is entitled to exercise the same powers as the regular members of the public body at the meeting.
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