House Bill 1651
DIGEST OF HB1651 (Updated February 24, 2005 10:44 pm - DI 84)
Terms of office of county elected officials. Changes the time when county elected officials of certain counties begin their terms of office to eliminate a year or more delay between the date of the election for the office and the date the individual takes office. Provides that an individual who has been elected to a county office at least two times but who does not serve eight full years because the individual's term of office has been cut short to make the terms of office uniform is entitled to vested status in the public employees' retirement fund and maintains other benefits to which the individual would otherwise be entitled only if the individual were serving eight years in office.
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