New York Consolidated Laws, County Law - CNT

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  • Article 1. Short Title;  Application;  Definitions
  • Article 2. General Provisions
  • Article 3. Referendum
  • Article 4. Board of Supervisors
  • Article 5. General Powers of Board of Supervisors
  • Article 5-A. County Water, Sewer, Drainage and Refuse Districts
  • Article 5-B. County Hurricane Protection, Flood and Shoreline Erosion Control Districts
  • Article 5-D. County Small Watershed Protection Districts
  • Article 6. Enhanced Emergency Telephone System Surcharge
  • Article 6-A. Local Enhanced Wireless 911 Program
  • Article 7. Finance
  • Article 7-A. County Tuberculosis Hospitals
  • Article 7-B. County Medical Assistance Clinics
  • Article 7-C. Drug Control Authorities
  • Article 8. Officers;  General Provisions
  • Article 9. Chairman of the Board of Supervisors
  • Article 10. Clerk of the Board of Supervisors
  • Article 11. County Attorney
  • Article 12. County Clerk
  • Article 13. County Treasurer
  • Article 14. County Comptroller
  • Article 15. County Auditor
  • Article 16. County Purchasing Agent
  • Article 17. Sheriff
  • Article 17-A. Coroner, Coroner's Physician and Medical Examiner
  • Article 18. District Attorney
  • Article 18-A. Public Defender
  • Article 18-B. Representation of Persons Accused of Crime or Parties Before the Family Court or Surrogate's Court
  • Article 19. County Superintendent of Highways
  • Article 20. County Commissioner of Public Welfare
  • Article 21. County Sealer
  • Article 22. County Service Officer
  • Article 23. Provisions Applicable to Certain Counties
  • Article 24. Provisions Applicable to New York City
  • Article 25. Interpretation of Chapter;  Saving Clause;  Laws Repealed;  Time of Taking Effect

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