Charter Counties (Excerpt) Act 293 Of 1966


Published: 2015

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CHARTER COUNTIES (EXCERPT)
Act 293 of 1966

45.519 Second charter commission; election procedures; provisions governing; rejection; dissolution of commission.

Sec. 19.

Whenever a charter commission has been dissolved, the county board of supervisors may and upon petitions of 5% of the registered electors shall adopt a resolution providing for the election of a second charter commission. The petition shall be filed with the clerk of the board within 60 days after the dissolution of the first charter commission. The board of supervisors shall provide, by resolution, for the election of a second charter commission. The resolution shall conform with the provisions of sections 3 to 6. The second charter commission shall be elected in the same manner as the first charter commission. Any member of the first charter commission shall be ineligible for election to the second charter commission. The authority, duties, responsibilities and term of office of the second charter commission shall be the same as of the first charter commission. If the proposed county charter submitted by the second charter commission is rejected, that charter commission shall be dissolved, and all subsequent charter commissions shall be elected under the provisions of sections 2 to 6.


History: 1966, Act 293, Eff. Mar. 10, 1967

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