Home Rule Cities Act (Michigan)
The Home Rule City Act was enacted by the Michigan Legislature as Public Act 279 of 1909. This statute provides the framework by which a new city may become incorporated and provide for its own government by adopting a city charter. It also provides for the method by which an existing city may amend or revise its city charter.
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... The HomeRule City Actspecifies certain requirements that every city must contain within its city charter ... At the same time, the Actprovides for numerous optional charter provisions ...
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