Town of Hancock, New York
A local law to provide for the retention of elected assessors in the town of
Be it enacted by the Town Board of the Town of Hancock as follows:
Section 1. Pursuant to the provision of section 1556 of the real property tax
law as added by chapter 957 of the laws of 1970, the three offices of assessor of
the Town of Hancock,, shall continue and shall be elective as provided by the
law in effect immediately prior to the effective date of said chapter 957 of the
laws of 1970.
Section 2. This local law shall be submitted for the approval of the electors
of the Town of Hancock at a special election to be held in accordance with the
provisions of the municipal home rule law, except that such special election
shall be held not later than July 1, 1971.
Section 3. This local law shall become effective on the twentieth day after
approval thereof by the electors of the Town of Hancock at the special election
specified in section 2 thereof and after filing and publication as required by said
municipal home rule law.
September 2, 1970
Approved: Lawrence T. McGranaghan, Supervisor
(Final adoption by referendum.)I hereby certify that the local law annexed hereto, designated as local law
No. 1 of 1970 of the Town of Hancock was duly passed by the Town Board on
September 2, 1970 and was approved by the Supervisor on September 2, 1970.
Such local law was submitted to the people by reason of a mandatory
referendum and received the affirmative vote of a majority of the qualified
electors voting thereon at the special election held on November 3, 1970, in
accordance with the applicable provisions of law.
Florence A Whiting, Clerk of the Town of Hancock
Date: November 6, 1970
Filed: November 9, 1970 with the State of New York Department of State