45:1-2.5. Compensation and reimbursement of expenses of members; executive secretaries; compensation and terms; office and meeting places
With respect to the boards or commissions designated in section 1 of P.L.1971, C. 60 (45:1-2.1 Applicability of act.), except as otherwise provided in subsection d. of this section, and notwithstanding the provisions of any other law:
a. The officers and members shall be compensated on a per diem basis in the amount of $25.00 or an amount to be determined by the Attorney General, with the approval of the State Treasurer, but not to exceed $100.00 per diem or $2,500.00 annually, and shall be reimbursed for actual expenses reasonably incurred in the performance of their official dutieS.Such moneys shall be paid according to rules and regulations promulgated by the Attorney General.
b. The executive secretary shall receive such salary as shall be determined by the appointing authority within the limits of available appropriations and shall serve at its pleasure. Any such executive secretary who holds a certificate, license or registration issued by the board or commission by which he is employed shall not during such employment be permitted to engage in any profession or occupation regulated by the board or commission.
C. The head of the department to which such board or commission is assigned shall maintain within any public building, whether owned or leased by the State, suitable quarters for the board’s or commission’s office and meeting place, provided that no such office or meeting place shall be within premises owned or occupied by an officer or member of such board or commission.
d. The compensation schedule for members of boards and commissions provided in subsection a. of this section shall not apply to the members of the New Jersey Real Estate Commission, who shall be compensated pursuant to R.S.45:15-6. Commission salaries or to members of the State Board of Medical Examiners who shall receive compensation of $150 per diem.
L.1977, C. 285, S.2; amended 1981,C. 91,S.1; 1985,C. 137,S.2; 1989,C. 300,S.17.
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