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Joint Legislative Commission on Municipal Incorporations: Report to the General Assembly of North Carolina, Proposed Town of Cashiers, March 24, 2

Joint Legislative Commission on Municipal Incorporations: Report to the General Assembly of North Carolina, Proposed Town of Cashiers, March 24, 2

ISBN: 9780282305451
Publisher: Forgotten Books
Publication Date: 2017-06-16
Number of pages: 60
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Excerpt from Joint Legislative Commission on Municipal Incorporations: Report to the General Assembly of North Carolina, Proposed Town of Cashiers, March 24, 2003

According to g.s. 120-164, not later than five days before submitting the petition to the Commission, the petitioners shall notify: (1) The board or boards of county commissioners of the county or counties where the proposed municipality is located. (2) All cities within that county or counties. (3) All cities in any other county that are within five miles of the proposed municipality of the intent to present the petition to the Commission.

The petition did include copies of the notification letters to Jackson County, all municipalities within Jackson County, and all municipalities within five (5) miles of the proposed village. Therefore, all required notification letters were sent.

According to g.s. 120-164, '[t]he petitioners shall also publish, one per week for two consecutive weeks, with the second publication no later than seven days before submitting the petition to the Commission, notice in a newspaper of general circulation in the area proposed to be incorporated of the intent to present the petition to the Commission.

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