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Friday, June 13, 2014

Bill Would Affect Township Notices and Advisory Referenda

One of the bills awaiting Governor action is SB 497 that would amend the Township Code in two ways. First, it would modify the notice requirements for the annual and any special town meetings to require that notice be posted at least 15 (currently 10) days prior to the meeting.  Second, the bill would allow any group of registered voters to request an advisory referendum for consideration and a vote at the annual meeting.  


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