Regional Planning (Excerpt) Act 281 Of 1945


Published: 2015

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REGIONAL PLANNING (EXCERPT)
Act 281 of 1945

125.24 Transfer of functions to regional council of government; vote required; grants-in-aid.

Sec. 14.

The regional planning commission as constituted under this act may transfer by interlocal agreement or contract its activities, functions, programs, staff, moneys, properties, and any other liabilities or assets to a regional council of government hereinafter created. This transfer must be authorized by a majority vote of the governing body of the regional planning commission and submitted to each local governmental unit participating as a member of the regional planning commission. The local legislative body of each local governmental unit participating as a member of the regional planning commission must authorize and concur in the transfer by majority vote.

In the event of such transfer, the council shall be entitled to receive and disburse all grants-in-aid and other revenues that would otherwise be available to the regional planning commission.


History: Add. 1967, Act 87, Eff. Nov. 2, 1967
Compiler's Notes: Former MCL 125.24, a severability provision, was repealed by Act 129 of 1947.

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