General Charter Law of Wisconsin; Organization and Government of Cities Under General Law, Chapter 40a of the Statutes as Amended by the Laws of 1899,

General Charter Law of Wisconsin; Organization and Government of Cities Under General Law, Chapter 40a of the Statutes as Amended by the Laws of 1899,

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1910 edition. Excerpt: ... hereinafter provided. 12. To exercise all the powers necessarily incident to the pow-ers here'n conferred. 925--117. Monthly and special meetings. Section 925--117. It shall be the duty of said board to hold monthly meetings at such times as it shall from time to time prescribe; special meetings may be held under such rules and regulations as the board may fix. 925--118. School buildings; office for board. Section 925--118. It shall be the duty of the board of public works, except as provided in s-ection 925--87, under the direction of the council, to erect and keep in repair all school buildings, and to provide suitable offices for the board of education and its secretary, if there be one other than the city clerk, and the city superintendent of schools, if any. In the absence of permanent school buildings, or proper officas for the transaction of school business, the board of public works may rent suitable rooms, temporarily, for schools or offices or either. 925--118a. (Ch. 194, 1909.) Cities, 3rd and 4th class: school buildings; sites; construction; contracts. Section 925--118a. In all cities of the third and fourth class the expenditure of all sums of money appropriated for the purchase of a school site, or sites, or for the erection, enlargement, alteration, or repair of school buildings and for the maintenance of schools, shall be under the direction and authority of the board of education. Whenever the estimated cost of the buildings to be erected, enlarged, altered, or repaired exceeds one thousand dollars, the board of education shall make, or cause to be made, plans and specifications setting forth clearly and in detail the work to be done and the material to be used and an estimate of the cost of the same. After these plans and...show more

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  • English
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  • 1236528344
  • 9781236528346