Nevada Highways; Roads; Bridges; Parks
Sec. § 408.573
Nevada Bicycle and Pedestrian Advisory Board: Creation; appointment, terms and compensation of members.


1.

The Nevada Bicycle and Pedestrian Advisory Board, consisting of 14 members appointed by the Governor, is hereby created.

2.

The Governor shall appoint to the Advisory Board:

(a)

Seven members who reside in various geographical areas of this State, of which:

(1)

One member must be less than 21 years of age at the time of his or her appointment.

(2)

One member must be representative of an organization in this State interested in environmental issues.

(3)

One member must be representative of an organization in this State interested in the promotion of bicycling or walking.

(4)

One member must be representative of an organization in this State involved in training persons in the safe use of bicycles or pedestrian safety.

(5)

One member must own or manage a business for the sale or repair of bicycles or equipment used by pedestrians.

(6)

Two members must be representative of the public at large.

(b)

One member who is a representative of the Department of Education.

(c)

One member who is a representative of the Division of Environmental Protection of the State Department of Conservation and Natural Resources.

(d)

One member who is a representative of the Division of State Parks of the State Department of Conservation and Natural Resources.

(e)

One member who is a representative of the Division of Public and Behavioral Health of the Department of Health and Human Services.

(f)

One member who is a representative of the Planning Division of the Department of Transportation.

(g)

One member who is a representative of the Department of Public Safety.

(h)

One member who is a representative of the Commission on Tourism.

3.

After the initial terms, the term of each member of the Advisory Board appointed pursuant to paragraph (a) of subsection 2 is 2 years. The remaining members serve at the pleasure of the Governor.

4.

Members of the Advisory Board must serve in that capacity without compensation, except that necessary travel and per diem expenses may be reimbursed, not to exceed the amounts provided for state officers and employees generally, to the extent that money is made available for that purpose.
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