2004 Florida Statutes
Resignation and removal of trustees.
130.14 Resignation and removal of trustees.--The said trustees, or either of them, may resign at any time by a communication in writing to the board of county commissioners, and any number of said trustees may be removed for cause by the judge of the circuit court of the circuit in which the county is situated, upon petition signed by any bondholder or taxpayer, setting forth the cause of complaint; but no trustee shall be removed without notice, and an opportunity to be publicly heard, unless it appears that the accused trustee has absented himself or herself so that notice could not be served.
History.--s. 16, ch. 2088, 1877; RS 606; GS 802; RGS 1547; CGL 2325; s. 834, ch. 95-147.