special act


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a legislative act that applies only to a particular person or particular district

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Addressing questions regarding the board's right to enter into an executive session for an employee other than one who answers to the board, Randazzo wrote: "The 1995 special act does not impact the proper subjects for discussion under the Open Meeting Law.
Giorgio said the special act exempts the city from the public bidding laws and allows Veolia to continue to hire contractors for capital improvement projects as needed.
The approval of the special act may make providing information more cost-effective.
He was instrumental in obtaining a special act of Congress allowing Uxbridge to fly the American Flag 24 hours a day on the Uxbridge Town Common, when only 5 other communities in the United States were able to do so.
If approved at the town meeting, the special act will move to the state level.
Vitone has previously served on the Board of Selectmen and Advisory and Planning boards, assisted in enacting the town's special act, and served on the search committee for a police chief.
The town, through a special act passed in 1970, can sell water to Charlton.
After selectmen endorsed the plan last summer, the association petitioned the Legislature to pass a special act that would establish the district.
Whitney said that under the Special Act of 1986, a detailed annual budget needs to go before the Advisory Board by Feb.
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