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Report 286, ( September 1987 ) 50 pages

A Review of the Effects of Home Rule on Wayne County Government

In addition to reviewing the history of organizational and operational problems in Wayne County, this report describes the organization structure and separation of powers as required in the state enabling legialation, as defined in the Wayne County Charter, as implemented in the reorganization plans, and finally as interpreted by local legal opinions and the courts. It also identifies available alternative county structures, and attempts to offer some insights of value to those residents of other counties who may be considering the home rule option. — See also CC #968, #967, #966, and #965 —
Report 286, ( September 1987 ) 50 pages

A Review of the Effects of Home Rule on Wayne County Government

In addition to reviewing the history of organizational and operational problems in Wayne County, this report describes the organization structure and separation of powers as required in the state enabling legialation, as defined in the Wayne County Charter, as implemented in the reorganization plans, and finally as interpreted by local legal opinions and the courts. It also identifies available alternative county structures, and attempts to offer some insights of value to those residents of other counties who may be considering the home rule option. — See also CC #968, #967, #966, and #965 —

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