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12-14-2012, 07:57 PM
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Originally Posted by Mightygoose View Post
They may not have to overturn it. Since there is already a best before date already built in. Once the new council is in place, if they can just instruct the city manager simply not to sign and let it expire.
There is a 16 day gap between when the new council is sworn in and when the agreement expires. I'm curious if they can formally overturn it when they get in. I am not a lawyer and I don't know exactly how the ordinance is worded so I don't know just how much wiggle room Skeete has to not sign it.

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