AN ACT TO RETAIN THE STAGGERED TERMS OF MEMBERS SERVING ON THE BOARD OF ALDERMEN IN THE TOWN OF NORTH TOPSAIL BEACH. SL 2021-49. Enacted June 23, 2021. Effective June 23, 2021.
Bill S 194 (2021)Summary date: Jun 24 2021 - More information
Bill S 194 (2021)Summary date: Jun 9 2021 - More information
House committee substitute to the 1st edition makes the following changes. Deletes the proposed changes to Section 3.3 of the Charter of the Town of North Topsail Beach, that set out specified staggered terms for the Board of Alderman. Instead, sets out a provision that requires that for the 2021 municipal election, all five board of aldermen seats must be on the ballot. Specifies that the three candidates receiving the highest number of votes are elected for four-year terms, and the two candidates receiving the next highest number of votes are elected for two-year terms. Requires that beginning in 2023 the board of aldermen be elected as provided for in the Town's Charter and GS Chapter 163.
Changes the act's long title.
Bill S 194 (2021-2022)Summary date: Mar 8 2021 - More information
Amends Section 3.3 of the Charter of the Town of North Topsail Beach, SL 1989-100, to provide for staggered four-year terms for the Board of Alderman. Establishes four-year terms for the three candidates with the highest number of votes in the 2021 regular municipal election, and two-year terms for the two candidates receiving the next highest votes in the 2021 election. Requires two members to be elected for four-year terms in 2023, and quadrennially thereafter, and three members to be elected for four-year terms in 2025, and quadrennially thereafter.
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