Town of Union, NY
Broome County
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[HISTORY: Adopted by the Town Board of the Town of Union 4-20-1966 by L.L. No. 1-1966. Amendments noted where applicable.]

§ 37-1 Public hearing required; notice.

No local law shall be adopted by the Town Board of the Town of Union until a public hearing has been held thereon in its final form before such Town Board not less than three nor more than 30 days after public notice has been given of the time and place of the holding of such public hearing. Such notice shall be given by the Town Clerk by causing the same to be published once in the official newspaper of the Town. Such notice shall contain the title of the proposed local law and a brief explanatory statement thereof.

§ 37-2 Copies to be made available.

The Town Clerk shall cause to be printed or otherwise reproduced copies of such proposed local law and shall, not later than the day such notice is published, post one such copy, together with the notice of hearing, on the signboard at his office and shall also make copies of such proposed local law available at his office for inspection by and distribution to any interested person during business hours.

§ 37-3 Copy to be posted upon adoption.

The Town Clerk shall forthwith upon the adoption of a local law by the Town Board post a copy thereof on the signboard of his office.

§ 37-4 Proof of publication.

Proof of publication of the notice of public hearing required by § 37-1 hereof and proof of the posting required by § 37-3 hereof shall be filed in the office of the Town Clerk.

§ 37-5 Assignment of numbers. [1]

Each local law shall be numbered consecutively beginning with number one for each calendar year. When a local law is finally adopted and certified copies thereof are required by § 27 of the Municipal Home Rule Law to be filed in the offices of the Town Clerk and the Secretary of State, the Town Clerk shall accordingly assign to such local law its appropriate number.
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Editor's Note: Amended at time of adoption of Code (see Ch. 1, General Provisions, Art. I).