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AGO Opinions with Topic: PUBLIC HEARING BY COUNTY COMMISSIONERS NOT REQUIRED PRIOR TO ELECTION
AGO 1962 No. 90 >  January 23, 1962
CITIES AND TOWNS - ANNEXATION - PROCEEDINGS INITIATED BY RESOLUTION OF GOVERNING BODY - PUBLIC HEARING BY COUNTY COMMISSIONERS NOT REQUIRED PRIOR TO ELECTION
CITIES AND TOWNS ‑- ANNEXATION ‑- PROCEEDINGS INITIATED BY RESOLUTION OF GOVERNING BODY ‑- PUBLIC HEARING BY COUNTY COMMISSIONERS NOT REQUIRED PRIOR TO ELECTION When an annexation proposal has been initiated by resolution of the legislative body of a city or town and is approved by the review board created pursuant to § 2, chapter 282, Laws of 1961, the board of county commissioners of the county in which such city or town is situated is not required to conduct a public hearing prior to submission of the annexation proposal to a vote of the electors.
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