IaCMA Bylaws


The duties of the officers of this Association shall be such as by general usage are indicated by the title of office. The President shall appoint such committees as may be necessary. The Executive Board shall act in the capacity of directors, and shall supervise and control the affairs of the Association, when a meeting is not in session.


The Secretary-Treasurer shall transact the necessary financial business of the Association, keeping a complete record of all transactions which shall be submitted for review at the spring meeting of the Association. Beginning for the 1991-92 fiscal year, an audit committee composed of three persons appointed by the Executive Board, at least two of whom shall be members of the Association, shall review the Association’s annual financial transactions and prepare and annual audit report. By a majority vote of the audit committee, an audit of Iowa City/County Management Association funds performed by a private firm of certified public accountants shall be initiated. Whenever an audit is performed the President shall record the audit results upon receipt of the audit at the next regular meeting of the Iowa City/County Management Association. The President shall record the audit results upon receipt of the audit at the next regular meeting of the Iowa City/County Management Association.

The Secretary-Treasurer shall keep a record of the minutes of all meetings and perform such duties as may be assigned by the Executive Board. The Executive Board may fill the position of Secretary-Treasurer with the Iowa League of Cities which shall serve as an ex-officio member of the board.


Upon vote of the membership of the Executive Board, the Iowa League of Cities may be reimbursed for all necessary services and expenses on behalf of the Association by virtue of the activities of the Secretary-Treasurer.


 Voting by proxy shall not be allowed.


An individual, who is active in the Association and who has resigned or been removed from his/her position, may retain his/her status as an active member for a period of one year or for a longer period if authorized by a majority vote of the Executive Board, unless it shall be shown to the satisfaction of the Executive Board that the cause of the resignation or removal was caused by unethical or illegal behavior, in which case his/her membership status shall be terminated immediately. Any such person shall be exempt from paying active dues for a period of one year or until such time that person finds full-time employment, whichever occurs first.


The fiscal year shall date from July 1 to June 30. Dues and subscriptions as determined by the Executive Board, shall be payable annually in advance, on or before August 1.


 These bylaws may be amended by a majority vote of the active members at any meeting of this Association.


Those active members present at a regular meeting of the Association, provided all members shall have been notified of the time and place of the meeting, shall constitute a quorum. A majority vote of those present and voting shall be necessary for approval of any question before the Association.

Last revised March 17, 2011.