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Article 1 - The Roza Irrigation District is organized, formed and governed by Title-87, Revised Code of Washington.

Article 2 - The principle place of business is the office at the corner of 13th Street and Blaine Avenue, P.O. Box 810, Sunnyside, Washington 98944, (509) 837-5141.

Article 3 - The Directors shall meet in public meeting at the District's principle place of business at 9:00 A.M. on the first Tuesday following the first Friday of each month or at such other time as may be lawfully designated.

Article 4 - There shall be five Directors, whose term shall be three years with elections held each year in accordance with Title 87, Revised Code of Washington.

Article 5 - The Directors of the District shall organize as a Board and shall elect a President and Vice President from their number, appoint District Manager/Secretary/Treasurer and adopt by-laws each year. A majority of the Directors shall constitute a quorum for the transaction of business, and in all matters requiring action by the Board there shall be concurrence of at least a majority of the Directors present. The Board shall have the power and it shall be its duty to adopt a seal of the District.

Article 6 - The Board of Directors shall establish a policy and formulate rules and regulations for operation of the District, as authorized and required under Title 87, Revised Code of Washington and in accordance with the Districtís Repayment contract and Federal Reclamation Law.  The Board may provide for exceptions or variances to the rules and regulations in appropriate cases.

Article 7 -  The District Manager/Secretary/Treasurer shall be responsible for the total operation of the district in accordance with RCW and the rules and regulations established by the Board of Directors, and is authorized to make investments of District funds and to make expenditures for supplies, services, equipment and staff travel.