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File #: 12-1283    Version: 1 Name: 10/15/12 Resolution to Approve Cable Commission Bylaws
Type: Resolution Status: Passed
File created: 10/15/2012 In control: City Council
On agenda: 10/15/2012 Final action: 10/15/2012
Enactment date: 10/15/2012 Enactment #: R-12-469
Title: Resolution to Approve Changes to Bylaws of the Ann Arbor Cable Communications Commission
Attachments: 1. Cable Commission Bylaws, 2. CCCMinutesAug282012
Title
Resolution to Approve Changes to Bylaws of the Ann Arbor Cable Communications Commission
Memorandum
The Ann Arbor Cable Communications Commission recommends approval of the attached amended bylaws. The proposed amended bylaws were reorganized and revised with the assistance of the City Attorney's Office. These amended bylaws were approved by the Cable Communications Commission at its meeting of August 28, 2012. The changes have been reviewed by the City Attorney's Office, consistent with Council Resolution R-08-496.
Staff
Prepared by: Christopher M. Frost, Assistant City Attorney
Reviewed by:  Stephen K. Postema, City Attorney
Body
Whereas, The Ann Arbor Cable Communications Commission desires to amend its bylaws to reorganize them and make them consistent with other city bylaws;
Whereas, City Council has passed a resolution directing the City Attorney to review the bylaws of City boards and commissions and revise them for consistency and uniformity to the extent practicable while meeting the requirements of individual boards and commissions;
Whereas, The City Attorney has reviewed the proposed amended bylaws in accordance with City Council's resolution;
Whereas, The Ann Arbor Cable Communications Commission approved the proposed amended bylaws at its meeting of August 28, 2012; and
Whereas, City Council has passed a resolution requiring all proposed amendments and bylaws of City boards and commissions to be approved by Council;
RESOLVED, That City Council approves the attached bylaws for the Ann Arbor Cable Communications Commission.