[HISTORY: Adopted by the Town Council of the Town of Farmington as indicated in article histories. Amendments noted where applicable.]
[Adopted 6-5-1973 by Ord. No. 66]
The Town of Farmington does hereby adopt C.G.S. §§ 4-124i through 4-124p, providing for the formation of a Capitol Region Council of Governments within a planning region as defined or redefined by the Director of the Office of State Planning, and does hereby join such Capitol Region Council of Governments when and as such Council is duly established in accordance with said statutes, upon the adoption of said statutes by not less than 60% of all municipalities within such planning region. The adoption of such sections of the General Statutes is intended to include the provisions of any Special Act of the 1973 General Assembly respecting additional representation for the core city within the capitol region on a Capitol Regional Council of Governments and a nonvoting advisory regional forum thereunder consistent with proposed bylaws of such Capitol Regional Council of Governments dated January 25, 1973, and endorsed by the existing Regional Council of Governments on May 3, 1973.
The Clerk of the Council is directed to immediately prepare and file with the Director of the Office of State Planning a certified copy of this article.