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ENGROSSED


COMMITTEE SUBSTITUTE

FOR

Senate Bill No. 522

(By Senators Lanham and Facemyer)

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[Originating in the Committee on Government Organization;

reported March 17, 2005.]

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A BILL to extend the time for the city council of Hurricane to meet
as a levying body for the purpose of presenting to the voters of the city an election authorizing continuation of an additional city levy to maintain the present salaries of its paid fire and paid police departments, to repair and service existing fire-fighting and police equipment and to purchase additional fire-fighting and police equipment, where necessary, from between the seventh and twenty-eighth days of March and the third Tuesday in April until the thirty-first day of May, two thousand five.

Be it enacted by the Legislature of West Virginia:
THE CITY COUNCIL OF HURRICANE AS A LEVYING BODY EXTENDED.
§1. Extending time for the city of Hurricane to meet as a levying body for an election authorizing continuation of an additional city levy to maintain present salaries of its paid fire and paid police departments, to repair and service existing fire-fighting and police equipment and to purchase additional fire-fighting and police equipment.

Notwithstanding the provisions of article eight, chapter eleven of the Code of West Virginia, 1931, as amended, to the contrary, the city council of Hurricane is hereby authorized to extend the time for its meeting as a levying body and certifying its actions to the State Tax Commissioner from between the seventh and twenty-eighth days of March and the third Tuesday in April until the thirty-first of May, two thousand five, for the purpose of submitting to the voters of the city of Hurricane the question of authorizing the continuation of an additional city levy to maintain the present salaries of all employees of the paid fire and paid police departments of the city of Hurricane, to repair and service existing fire-fighting and police department equipment and to purchase additional fire-fighting and police department equipment where necessary.
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