|Posted:||March 12, 2013 04:37 PM|
|From:||Senator Richard L. Alloway, II|
|To:||All Senate members|
|Subject:||Maintaining the Configuration of Row Offices of Counties Advancing from the fifth to a fourth class as a result of Census Figures.|
|In the near future, I plan to introduce legislation that will allow counties to maintain the configuration of its row offices when the county advances from a fifth to a fourth class county as a result of census figures.
This legislation will amend Section 1302 of the County Code to allow counties to maintain the configuration of offices in effect in the county as long as the county deems appropriate.
At such time a county decides reconfiguration of the offices in the county in accordance with the County Code or any other general law applicable to the holding of offices and to the classification of the county is appropriate, the county shall wait one year in which the offices are up for election to effect such change.
Introduced as SB744