SB 1714: Election of the Board of Supervisors of a Community Development District
GENERAL BILL by Smith
Election of the Board of Supervisors of a Community Development District; Specifying the qualifying period for a person seeking to qualify for election to the board of supervisors of a community development district; providing for the election of the board of supervisors of a community development district to be conducted by mail or regular ballot on a date that is acceptable to the board and the supervisor of elections; providing for the special election of the board of supervisors after the board proposes to exercise ad valorem taxing powers to occur by mail on a date acceptable to the board and the supervisor of elections or by regular ballot on a date that is acceptable to the board and the supervisor of elections, other than the date of a primary or general election, etc.
Last Action: 3/9/2012 Senate - Died in Community Affairs
Bill Text: Web Page | PDF
- Community Affairs (CA)
- Rules (RC)
• Referred to Commerce and Tourism; Community Affairs -SJ 229
• Introduced -SJ 229
• Original reference(s)- removed: Commerce and Tourism
• References corrected to Community Affairs; Rules -SJ 263
• Now in Community Affairs
• Died in Community Affairs
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