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Ammend. Historical Commission Ordinance
(Amendment to Ordinance 00-1)

Town of East Windsor

        Section 2 “Terms of Office” of the following ordinance was adopted by a special meeting duly warned and held on March 30, 2000.  Said amended ordinance shall become affective 15 days from the publication thereof.

Section 1.      Historical Commission Ordinance:

        There shall be a Historical Commission in the Town of East Windsor consisting of five members and two alternate members who shall be electors of the Town, appointed by the Board of Selectman.

Section 2.      Terms of Office:

        Three members terms shall expire November 15, 2003 and two members’ terms shall expire November 15, 2001.  Alternate members terms shall expire November 15, 2003.  Subsequent appointments of members and alternate members shall be for four-year terms.

Section 3.      Powers and duties:

a.      The Commission shall identify, archive and preserve all municipally owned property which relates to the Town’s history and cultural development, except those items for which preservation has been specifically provided by state or federal law.

b.      The Commission shall promote awareness and appreciation of the Town’s history and the contributions of its citizens through a variety of programs and publications, and by assisting municipal officials in the observance of Town anniversaries as well as local, state and national holidays.

c.      The Commission may, with the approval of a property owner, identify, preserve and register with the appropriate authority any structure, site or monument related to the Town’s history and cultural development.”

Ord. 00-2

                                                         Karen W. Gaudreau, CCTC
                                                         Town Clerk of East Windsor

Journal Inquirer
April 8, 2000