A land reutilization corporation is a creature of Ohio Statute, which also defines the makeup of the board of directors. A board must consist of the county’s treasurer, two of the three sitting county commissioners, a director/representative from the county’s largest city and an individual chosen by the townships having a population in excess of 10,000 residents. At the discretion of the Board, four additional voting directors have been added including one required by law to have a background in real estate. Appointments are subject to a required unanimous approval of the treasurer and two commissioners. The current four voting directors were solicited by advertisement in the News-Herald and selected after an interview process. Appointments consist of staggered three year terms.