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«ARTICLE I GENERAL PROVISIONS Section 1. Scope and Provisions of By-Laws. These by-laws are being adopted pursuant to Section 5.c of the New Jersey ...»

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The Committee shall review the business, financial, policy, and operational activities of the Authority, and make recommendations to the Authority about the same.

The Committee shall perform such other duties as may be prescribed from time to time by resolution of the Authority.

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Section 1. Members.

The Finance Committee shall consist of the State Treasurer, the President and Chief Executive Officer, and up to six other members appointed by the Chairperson.

Section 2. Meetings.

Meetings shall be held at the discretion of the Committee Chairperson.

Section 3. Duties.

The Committee shall monitor the financial operations of the

Authority. The duties of the Committee shall include, but not be limited to, review of:

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Section 1. Members.

The Committee shall be comprised of up to seven members appointed by the Chairperson.

Section 2. Meetings.

Meetings shall be held at the discretion of the Committee Chairperson.

Section 3. Duties.

The Committee shall review matters relating to the Authority’s staffing needs, compensation schedules, health plans, and benefits, and make recommendations to the Authority about the same.

The Committee shall perform such other duties as may be prescribed from time to time by resolution.

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Section 1. Committees.

The Chairperson shall recommend to the Members of the Authority the establishment, whenever necessary, of any additional committees.

Section 2. Members.

Membership of the additional committees shall be at the discretion of the Chairperson or as set forth in any resolution of the Authority relating thereto.

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Section 1. Amendments to By-Laws.

These by-laws may be altered, amended or repealed at any meeting of the Authority by the affirmative vote of at lease eight members, provided that notice of the proposed action and a copy of the proposed alteration, amendment or repeal, together with a copy of the provisions to be repealed, are given to all members at least seven days in advance of the meeting at which the motion on adoption of such resolution is to be made.

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Section 1. Suspension of By-Laws. With the exception of any statutory provisions, any and all provisions of these by-laws may be suspended by unanimous consent of the members present at any duly constituted meeting of the Authority.

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