City of Binghamton, New York

Terms of Office

Ordinance Part: 
Code of Ordinances Part 1. Administrative Legislation
Code: 
144

 

Chapter 144, TERMS OF OFFICE

[HISTORY: Adopted by the City Council of the City of Binghamton as indicated in article histories. Amendments noted where applicable.]

GENERAL REFERENCES

Personnel policies -- See Ch. 124.

 

ARTICLE I, City Clerk  [Adopted 10-5-1970 (Sub-Part XXIX of the 1970 Code); Amended 1-7-08 by Ord. No. 2-2008]

 

§ 144-1.  Term to be four years.

The term of office of the City Clerk and Deputy City Clerk of the City of Binghamton shall be four years, unless sooner removed by City Council.

 

§ 144-2.  Provisions superseded.

This article shall amend and supersede the provisions of § 36(3) of the Optional City Government Law (Laws of 1914, Chapter 444, as amended), § 32 of the Second Class Cities Law, and § 12 of the Supplemental Charter of the City of Binghamton (Laws of 1917, Chapter 668, as amended) to the extent that the same are inconsistent herewith.  

 

ARTICLE II, Assessor  [Adopted 10-5-1970 (Sub-Part XXX of the 1970 Code)]

 

§ 144-3.  Appointment and term of Assessor. [Amended 1-22-08 by Ord. No. 3-2008]

Notwithstanding any provision of the Charter or Code of the City of Binghamton to the contrary, the appointment and term of the Assessor will comply with New York State Real Property Tax law Article 3, as same may be amended from time to time.

 

§ 144-4.  Provisions superseded.

This article shall amend and supersede the provisions of § 43 of the Optional City Government Law (Laws of 1914, Chapter 444, as amended), § 13 of the Second Class Cities Law, and § C-12 of the Supplemental Charter of the City of Binghamton (Laws of 1917, Chapter 668, as amended) to the extent that the same are inconsistent herewith.