County Officers Compensation Commission (Excerpt) Act 485 Of 1978


Published: 2015

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COUNTY OFFICERS COMPENSATION COMMISSION (EXCERPT)
Act 485 of 1978

45.476 Resolution subject to referendum; petition; placing proposition on ballot; effect of defeat of proposition; effect of determination.

Sec. 6.

If a resolution is adopted establishing a county officers compensation commission pursuant to this act, the resolution may be subject to referendum if a petition requesting the referendum, signed by not less than 5% of the registered electors of the county, is filed with the county clerk within 60 days after the adoption of the resolution. If the clerk determines the petition to be valid, a proposition to approve or disapprove the resolution shall be placed upon the ballot in the next general election. If the proposition is defeated, the commission shall not be created, or if created, shall be abolished. If a valid referendum petition is filed, a determination of the commission shall not take effect until the resolution has been approved by the electors.


History: 1978, Act 485, Imd. Eff. Dec. 1, 1978

© 2015 Legislative Council, State of Michigan