In order to avail itself of the powers conferred by this chapter, the mayor or the
chief executive of cities or incorporated towns shall appoint a commission to be known
as the zoning commission of 3 members, the appointments to be confirmed by the legislative
body, to recommend the boundaries of the various original districts and appropriate
regulations to be enforced therein. The commission shall consist of not more than 2 members from 1 party and appointments
shall be made for 2, 4, and 6 years, and for 6-year terms thereafter. Such commission shall make a preliminary report and hold public hearings thereon
before submitting its final report. The legislative body shall not hold its public hearings or take action until it
has received the final report of such commission.
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