2017 South Carolina Code of Laws
Title 4 - Counties
CHAPTER 8 - CONSOLIDATION OF POLITICAL SUBDIVISIONS
- Section 4-8-10. Special purpose district defined.
- Section 4-8-20. Authorization to create consolidated government charter commission; creation; membership and appointment; vacancies.
- Section 4-8-30. Convening of commission; selection of officers; rules; quorum; compensation; expenses; employment of staff; contracts for special studies for preparation of charter.
- Section 4-8-40. Preliminary study; draft of proposed charter; provisions allowable in proposed charter.
- Section 4-8-50. Completion of studies and draft of charter within twelve months; extension of time.
- Section 4-8-60. Matters involving public education not affected.
- Section 4-8-70. Public hearings; notice; certification and filing of proposed charter; public nature of records; informing public.
- Section 4-8-80. Election by all qualified voters of county; notice and publication; form of ballot.
- Section 4-8-90. Methods for presenting question of consolidation and adoption of charter; effect of unsuccessful election; conduct of, and expenses of, election.
- Section 4-8-95. Election of city or special purpose district to be excluded from consolidation.
- Section 4-8-100. Certified copy of adopted charter for consolidation furnished to Secretary of State with election returns; proclamation of results.
- Section 4-8-110. When government of consolidated political subdivision becomes effective; governing body to implement provisions of charter.
- Section 4-8-120. Subsequent inclusion of municipality or special purpose district in consolidated political subdivision; referenda.
- Section 4-8-130. Zoning ordinances and regulations not affected.
- Section 4-8-140. Rights, obligations, duties and privileges of consolidated government; ownership of property, assets, contracts and franchises; inapplicability to municipality or special purpose district that does not approve charter.
- Section 4-8-150. Furnishing of electric services within consolidated political subdivision.
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