2006 New York Code - Propositions For The Submission Of Local Laws.



 
    § 25. Propositions for the submission of local laws. A proposition for
  the  submission  of a local law to the approval of the electors pursuant
  to this chapter shall contain the title of such local  law.  The  clerk,
  with  the advice of the corporation counsel, municipal attorney or other
  principal law officer shall  prepare  an  abstract  of  such  local  law
  concisely  stating  the title, purpose and effect thereof, and forthwith
  shall transmit such  proposition  and  such  abstract  to  the  election
  officers  charged  with  the  duty  of  publishing  the  notice  of  and
  furnishing the supplies for such election. A sufficient number of copies
  of such abstract shall be printed and made  available  at  the  time  of
  registration or otherwise in advance of the election to such electors as
  desire  them,  and  shall  also  be  delivered  with  the other election
  supplies and distributed to the electors at the election.  If  there  be
  more  than  one such proposition to be voted upon at such election, such
  propositions shall be separately and consecutively numbered.

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