Sutton Massachusetts General Bylaws
ARTICLE 15. COUNCIL ON AGING


These general bylaws are official as of October 20, 2003. The are the last known revision as of March 17, 2007.

Section 15.1 - General Provisions

There shall be a Council On Aging as provided in Chapter 40, Section 8B of the Mass. General laws.

Section 15.2 - Membership

The Council On Aging shall consist of seven (7) members appointed by the Board of Selectmen for three (3) year terms, so arranged that as equal a number of terms shall expire each year.

Section 15.3 - Powers & Duties

The Council On Aging shall coordinate and carry out programs designed to meet the problems of the aging in coordination with programs of the Mass. Department of Elder Affairs. The Council shall submit an annual report to the Town and shall send a copy thereof to the Department of Elder Affairs."

Section 15.4 - Alternate Members

The Council On Aging shall also consist of three (3) alternate members appointed by the Board of Selectmen for three (3) year terms. Alternate members may speak on any issue that comes before the Council but may not vote. The purpose of alternate members is to be available for consideration as full members if and when a vacancy should occur.

Adopted: 10/17/88
Amended: 5/3/93, 5/13/02

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