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67C.111 Status of cities other than those of the first class located within the territory of the consolidated local government.

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    Page 1 of 1 67C.111 Status of cities other than those of the first class located within the territory of the consolidated local government. (1) All cities other than those of the first class located within the territory of the consolidated local government, upon the successful passage of the question to
    consolidate a city of the first class and its county, shall remain incorporated unless
    dissolved in accordance with KRS 81.094 and shall continue to exercise all powers
    and perform the functions permitted by the Constitution and general laws of the
    Commonwealth of Kentucky applicable to the cities of the class to which they have
    been assigned. (2) Upon the adoption of a consolidated local government in a county containing a city of the first class, there shall be no further incorporations of cities within the county. (3) Upon the adoption of a consolidated local government in a county containing a city of the first class, there shall be no annexations for a period of twelve (12) years by
    any city remaining in the county. After that time, any proposed annexation by a city
    in that county shall first receive the approval of the legislative council of the
    consolidated local government prior to the city proceeding under the provisions of
    KRS Chapter 81A. The city shall request the approval of the consolidated
    legislative council by ordinance. The consolidated legislative council's decision
    shall be made by ordinance and within sixty (60) days of the receipt of the request
    by the affected city. If an ordinance has not been enacted by the consolidated
    legislative council within sixty (60) days, the request for a city to proceed with an
    annexation proposal shall be deemed to be approved by the consolidated legislative
    council. (4) The adoption of a consolidated local government in a county containing a city of the first class shall not prevent the merger or dissolution of any existing cities as
    provided by law or the merger of any remaining cities with the newly consolidated
    local government. Effective: July 14, 2000
    History: Created 2000 Ky. Acts ch. 189, sec. 6, effective July 14, 2000.

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