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§  216.  Powers of town board. Every petition for any purpose required  by article twelve of this chapter to be initiated by petition  shall  be  presented  to  the  town board but no such petition for any such purpose  within a district to which this article shall apply, shall be acted upon  by the town board unless such petition and the  purposes  thereof  shall  have been approved in writing by a majority of the commissioners of such  district.  The  town  board  shall  call a hearing upon all petitions so  approved by the commissioners and give notice thereof and  such  hearing  shall  be held in the manner provided in article twelve of this chapter.  The town board shall call a hearing upon other  purposes  authorized  by  article  twelve  of this chapter to be undertaken without petition, only  after such purposes shall have been approved in writing by a majority of  the commissioners of such district, and the town board shall give notice  thereof and such hearing shall be held in the manner provided in article  twelve of this chapter. If the town board shall determine to  grant  the  petition  or to authorize any such purpose, it may delegate to the board  of commissioners the conduct of all further proceedings thereon pursuant  to article twelve.  Nothing  herein  contained  shall  be  construed  to  delegate  or  transfer  any  power  of  the  town board not contained in  article twelve or in sections  two  hundred  thirty-seven,  two  hundred  thirty-eight  and  two  hundred  thirty-nine  of article fifteen of this  chapter.

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Statutes > New-york > Twn > Article-13 > 216

§  216.  Powers of town board. Every petition for any purpose required  by article twelve of this chapter to be initiated by petition  shall  be  presented  to  the  town board but no such petition for any such purpose  within a district to which this article shall apply, shall be acted upon  by the town board unless such petition and the  purposes  thereof  shall  have been approved in writing by a majority of the commissioners of such  district.  The  town  board  shall  call a hearing upon all petitions so  approved by the commissioners and give notice thereof and  such  hearing  shall  be held in the manner provided in article twelve of this chapter.  The town board shall call a hearing upon other  purposes  authorized  by  article  twelve  of this chapter to be undertaken without petition, only  after such purposes shall have been approved in writing by a majority of  the commissioners of such district, and the town board shall give notice  thereof and such hearing shall be held in the manner provided in article  twelve of this chapter. If the town board shall determine to  grant  the  petition  or to authorize any such purpose, it may delegate to the board  of commissioners the conduct of all further proceedings thereon pursuant  to article twelve.  Nothing  herein  contained  shall  be  construed  to  delegate  or  transfer  any  power  of  the  town board not contained in  article twelve or in sections  two  hundred  thirty-seven,  two  hundred  thirty-eight  and  two  hundred  thirty-nine  of article fifteen of this  chapter.

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State Codes and Statutes

Statutes > New-york > Twn > Article-13 > 216

§  216.  Powers of town board. Every petition for any purpose required  by article twelve of this chapter to be initiated by petition  shall  be  presented  to  the  town board but no such petition for any such purpose  within a district to which this article shall apply, shall be acted upon  by the town board unless such petition and the  purposes  thereof  shall  have been approved in writing by a majority of the commissioners of such  district.  The  town  board  shall  call a hearing upon all petitions so  approved by the commissioners and give notice thereof and  such  hearing  shall  be held in the manner provided in article twelve of this chapter.  The town board shall call a hearing upon other  purposes  authorized  by  article  twelve  of this chapter to be undertaken without petition, only  after such purposes shall have been approved in writing by a majority of  the commissioners of such district, and the town board shall give notice  thereof and such hearing shall be held in the manner provided in article  twelve of this chapter. If the town board shall determine to  grant  the  petition  or to authorize any such purpose, it may delegate to the board  of commissioners the conduct of all further proceedings thereon pursuant  to article twelve.  Nothing  herein  contained  shall  be  construed  to  delegate  or  transfer  any  power  of  the  town board not contained in  article twelve or in sections  two  hundred  thirty-seven,  two  hundred  thirty-eight  and  two  hundred  thirty-nine  of article fifteen of this  chapter.

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