1. The town board or board of county commissioners of any county in this state having
jurisdiction of the affairs of any town or city, as in this chapter provided, shall
hold a regular meeting in the town offices or in the courthouse at the county seat
at least once in each month, on a day previously fixed by the board, for the purpose
of transacting the business provided for in this chapter, and shall continue in session
from day to day until such business is completed.
2. The town board or board of county commissioners may also hold special meetings
upon a call of the chair of the board, or a majority of the members thereof.
3. A majority of the town board or board of county commissioners constitutes a quorum.
An affirmative vote of the majority of the whole board is necessary to carry any question.
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