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In city school districts containing, according to the last federal census, a population of one hundred fifty thousand persons or more, the board shall consist of not less than five nor more than seven members elected at large by the qualified electors of such district. Within three months after the official announcement of the result of each successive federal census, the board of education of each city school district which, according to such census, has a population of fifty thousand or more but less than one hundred fifty thousand persons and which elected to have subdistricts shall redistrict such districts into subdistricts.
Such subdistricts shall be bounded as far as practicable by corporation lines, streets, alleys, avenues, public grounds, canals, watercourses, ward boundaries, voting precinct boundaries, or present school district boundaries, shall be as nearly equal in population as possible, and be composed of adjacent and as compact territory as practicable.
If the board of any such district fails to district or redistrict such city school district, then the superintendent of public instruction shall forthwith district or redistrict such city school district, subject to sections 3313.01 to 3313.13, inclusive, of the Revised Code. This section and sections 3313.05 to 3313.08 of the Revised Code do not apply to any municipal school district until after the referendum required in such district by section 3311.73 of the Revised Code.
The term of a board of education member shall not be lengthened by the member's resignation and subsequent selection by the board or probate court under this section. (A) Each member of the educational service center governing board may be paid such compensation as the governing board provides by resolution, provided that any such compensation shall not exceed one hundred twenty-five dollars a day plus mileage both ways, at the rate per mile provided by resolution of the governing board, for attendance at any meeting of the board.If the board members are selected by appointment pursuant to division (B) or (F) of section 3311.71 of the Revised Code, the appointing authority responsible for the appointment shall fill any such vacancy by appointment of an individual to serve the remainder of the unexpired term from a slate of at least three persons proposed by the municipal school district nominating panel established under that section.If the member creating the vacancy resides in a municipal school district but not in the municipal corporation containing the greatest portion of the district's territory, the individuals included on such slate shall also reside in the municipal school district but not in the municipal corporation containing the greatest portion of the district's territory.(B) The board of education of any city, local, or exempted village school district may provide by resolution for compensation of its members, provided that such compensation shall not exceed one hundred twenty-five dollars per member for meetings attended.
No member of a school district board of education shall receive in compensation under this division a total amount greater than five thousand dollars per year for service on the board of education. Except as otherwise provided in this section, no prosecuting attorney, city director of law, or other official acting in a similar capacity shall be a member of a board of education.
In city school districts containing, according to the last federal census, a population of less than fifty thousand persons, the board of education shall consist of not less than three nor more than five members elected at large by the qualified electors of such district.