Town of Durham, CT
Middlesex County
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[Comp. Ords. 1983, pg. 4, 3-3-41]
The fiscal year of the Town will be from the first of July to the thirtieth of June and annually thereafter unless altered by Town meeting vote or by general statute.
[Comp. Ords. 1983, pg. 76, 11-24-75]
The membership of the board for the admission of electors be changed from the Town Clerk and Board of Selectmen to consist of the Town Clerk and the registrars of voters, as provided in § 9-15a of the General Statutes.
[Comp. Ords. 1983, pg. 53, 4-27-70]
(a) 
The Town hereby authorizes each registrar of voters to appoint two shifts of any and all election officials, excepting moderators, at each election, referendum and any vote under the provisions of § 7-7 of the General Statutes.
(b) 
The shifts shall serve such hours as the registrars making the appointments shall designate.
(c) 
This authorization shall not be construed to prevent appointment of any or all election officials to serve for the entire voting period.
[Comp. Ords. 1983, pg. 35, 4-20-64; Ord. of 5-13-96]
The Town shall, by this section, have 18 justices of the peace in accordance with the provisions of G.S. § 9-183, as amended.
[Ord. of 9-21-93, §§ 1—3]
(a) 
That the Town Clerk as registrar of vital statistics shall from the date this section becomes effective collect a fee of $5 for providing any such certificate.
(b) 
That the Town shall rebate $10 of the $15 paid for each such certificate purchased between July 1, 1993, and the date this section becomes effective, provided:
(1) 
The purchaser's name has been recorded on a list of such purchasers kept by the Town Clerk; or
(2) 
The claimant presents a cancelled check or other satisfactory proof that will enable the Town Clerk to add the claimant's name to the list of those purchasing certificates during that span of time.
(c) 
The fee of $5 per certificate shall remain in effect, unless by statutory amendment or court order the Town is obligated to collect the full fee set by statute; or until a Town ordinance increases the fee to a greater amount as permitted by statute.