61-2-106. County drinking and driving prevention program. (1) The governing body of a county may appoint a task force to study the problem of alcohol-related traffic accidents and recommend a program designed to:
(a) prevent driving while under the influence of alcohol;
(b) reduce alcohol-related traffic accidents; and
(c) educate the public on the dangers of driving after consuming alcoholic beverages or other chemical substances that impair judgment or motor functions.
(2) A task force appointed under subsection (1) shall conduct its study and submit its recommendations within 6 months from the date it was appointed. Task force meetings are open to the public. The task force shall give notice by publication in the community meeting announcement section of a newspaper of general circulation in the county.
(3) The county governing body may by resolution adopt the recommendations of the task force appointed under subsection (1). The proposed program must be approved by the governor as provided in 61-2-105.
(4) The presiding officer of the task force shall submit to the county governing body:
(a) a budget and a financial report for each fiscal year; and
(b) an annual report containing but not limited to:
(i) an evaluation of the effectiveness of the program;
(ii) the number of arrests and convictions in the county for driving under the influence of alcohol and the sentences imposed for these convictions;
(iii) the number of alcohol-related traffic accidents in the county; and
(iv) any other information requested by the county governing body or considered appropriate by the task force.
(5) A copy of the annual report may be submitted to the department.