Lake Area Business Districts State Statue
Miller County Business District By-Laws
Miller County Business District Rules & Regulations
The following Rules and Regulations for the Miller County Business District have been adopted and are implemented.
1. The Miller County Business District shall be managed by an Advisory Board and operated as a political subdivision.
2. The Advisory Board may consist of five (5) members, four (4) of whom shall be elected by members of the Miller County Business District’s lodging members, which shall be made up of all lodging businesses within the specified district that collect and remit the lodging tax and are registered with the Miller County Collector.
3. The election of the said four (4) members from businesses that collect and remit the lodging tax shall be conducted annually, persuant to RSMo 67.1175.
4. The Miller County Commission shall appoint a member to serve as the fifth (5th) non-voting, advisory member.
5. There shall be an agreement in place between the Advisory Board, Miller County Collector and the Miller County Commission for the collection and remittance of the tax to the Advisory Board.
6. The tax collected by the County Collector shall be remitted to the Advisory Board of the district not later than thirty (30) days following the end of any calendar quarter.
7. The County Collector shall retain, on behalf of the county, two percent for the cost of collection.
8. It shall be the responsibility of the Advisory Board of the district to enforce the collection of the lodging tax and pay all costs of collection. Written announcements and requests for payment shall originate at the Business District level.
9. A Budget Officer from the Business District level shall be named annually . All bills will be reviewed by the Business District Advisory Board.
10. Bookkeeper prepared checks for invoices shall be dated ON or AFTER the Business District has met and approved payment, not the day the check is cut.
11. The Business District agrees to allow the presentation for funding requests to occur at the TCLA Board Meeting level so that all business districts can hear one presentation simultaneously. This does not prevent the district from individually inviting special events requestors to their business district meeting only.
12. The Miller County Business District protects their lodging members’ privacy by not sharing e-mail addresses with solicitors, vendors, other lodging members, or the public at large.
Adopted by the Miller County Business District on 8th day of January 2021.
Revised by the Miller County Business District on the 20th day of September 2022 removing the rule that a Tri-County Lodging Association employee may be asked to sign on the Business District account as a secondary signature. #11 on the original approved document.
Tri-County Lodging Association