A BILL TO BE ENTITLED AN ACT TO REDUCE THE SIZE OF THE PITT COUNTY BOARD OF EDUCATION FROM TWELVE MEMBERS TO NINE, TO PROVIDE FOR FOUR-YEAR TERMS RATHER THAN SIX-YEAR TERMS, AND TO SHORTEN THE TIME BETWEEN THE ELECTION OF MEMBERS OF THE PITT COUNTY BOARD OF EDUCATION AND WHEN THOSE MEMBERS TAKE OFFICE.
House committee substitute makes the following changes to the 1st edition.
Amends SL 1987-193 to provide that the election of membersto the Pitt County Board of Education (Board)is to take place at the time of the general election (was, at the primary election) and to shorten the time between the election of a member and the the time the member takes office on the Board. Amends the questions on the ballots regarding reducing the size of the Board and shortening the term length of Board members to add to each ballot the matter of shortening the time between the election of a Board member and the time the member takes office. Provides that this act applies to elections occurring in 2014 and subsequent years.
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