Connecticut Laws - Title 4 Management Of State Agencies
CHAPTER 50* OFFICE OF POLICY AND MANAGEMENT: GENERAL PROVISIONS; BUDGET AND APPROPRIATIONS; STATE PLANNING
Sec. 4-124i. Regional councils of governments. Definitions.

Sec. 4-124i. Regional councils of governments. Definitions. (924)(1-click HTML)

As used in sections 4-124i to 4-124p, inclusive: (925)

(1) "Planning region" means a planning region of the state as defined or redefined by the Secretary of the Office of Policy and Management, or his designee under the provisions of section 16a-4a; (926)

(2) "Regional council of elected officials" means any regional council of elected officials organized under the provisions of this chapter; (927)

(3) "Regional planning agency" means any regional planning agency organized under the provisions of chapter 127; (928)

(4) "Chief elected official" means the highest ranking elected governmental official of any town, city or borough within the state; (929)

(5) "Elected official" means any selectman, mayor, alderman, or member of a common council or other similar legislative body of any town or city, or warden or burgess of any borough; (930)

(6) "Council" means a regional council of governments organized under the provisions of sections 4-124i to 4-124p, inclusive; (931)

(7) "Member" means any town, city or borough within a planning region of the state having become a member of a regional council of governments in accordance with said sections; (932)

(8) "Regional planning organization" means a regional council of governments organized under the provisions of sections 4-124i to 4-124p, inclusive, a regional council of elected officials organized under the provisions of sections 4-124c to 4-124h, inclusive, or a regional planning agency organized under the provisions of chapter 127. (933)

  

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