2010 Florida Statutes
The governing body of a recreation district shall be determined by ordinance of the municipality or county that created the district and must be either:
A five-member or larger board of supervisors elected from among the residents of the district, or
The governing body of the municipality or county that created the district.
If the governing body is a board of supervisors, the ordinance must specify the date of the election and must provide that each property owner or resident in the district has the right to vote in the election. The ordinance may also provide for the staggering of terms of the supervisors. The ordinance may also provide for the establishment of designated geographic areas within the district from each of which are elected one or more members of the board of supervisors to represent that area, provided the ordinance is made contingent on approval by a majority vote of the electors in each designated area.
Members of the board of supervisors shall serve without compensation.
If the governing body is the governing body of the municipality or county that created the district, that body may appoint a district advisory board to advise it on all matters relating to the district. Members of the advisory board shall serve without compensation.
s. 4, ch. 78-237; s. 1, ch. 79-258; s. 24, ch. 94-350.