Town Bylaws – Attorney General Rulings

Town Bylaws - Attorney General Rulings

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2017 Bylaw Changes - Attorney General Rulings Decisions dated 5/25/2017 and 8/1/2017. Whenever a town adopts or amends its general bylaws or zoning by-laws the Attorney General has to decide whether the proposed amendments are consistent with the constitution and the laws of the Commonwealth.
2016 Bylaw Changes - Attorney General Rulings Decisions dated 5/27/2016 and 7/12/2016. Whenever a town adopts or amends its general bylaws or zoning by-laws the Attorney General has to decide whether the proposed amendments are consistent with the constitution and the laws of the Commonwealth.
2015 Bylaw Changes - Attorney General Rulings Decision dated 7/9/2015. Whenever a town adopts or amends its general bylaws or zoning by-laws the Attorney General has to decide whether the proposed amendments are consistent with the constitution and the laws of the Commonwealth.
2014 Bylaw Changes - Attorney General Rulings Decision dated 6/25/2014. Whenever a town adopts or amends its general bylaws or zoning by-laws the Attorney General has to decide whether the proposed amendments are consistent with the constitution and the laws of the Commonwealth.
2013 Bylaw Changes - Attorney General Rulings Decisions dated 7/10/2013 and 8/16/2013. Whenever a town adopts or amends its general bylaws or zoning by-laws the Attorney General has to decide whether the proposed amendments are consistent with the constitution and the laws of the Commonwealth.
2012 Bylaw Changes - Attorney General Rulings Decision dated 6/20/2012. Whenever a town adopts or amends its general bylaws or zoning by-laws the Attorney General has to decide whether the proposed amendments are consistent with the constitution and the laws of the Commonwealth.
2011 Bylaw Changes - Attorney General Rulings Decision dated 5/27/2011. Whenever a town adopts or amends its general bylaws or zoning by-laws the Attorney General has to decide whether the proposed amendments are consistent with the constitution and the laws of the Commonwealth.
2010 Bylaw Changes - Attorney General Rulings Decision dated 8/19/2010. Whenever a town adopts or amends its general bylaws or zoning by-laws the Attorney General has to decide whether the proposed amendments are consistent with the constitution and the laws of the Commonwealth.
2009 Bylaw Changes - Attorney General Rulings Decision dated 7/20/2009. Whenever a town adopts or amends its general bylaws or zoning by-laws the Attorney General has to decide whether the proposed amendments are consistent with the constitution and the laws of the Commonwealth.
2008 Bylaw Changes - Attorney General Rulings Decision dated 7/8/2008. Whenever a town adopts or amends its general bylaws or zoning by-laws the Attorney General has to decide whether the proposed amendments are consistent with the constitution and the laws of the Commonwealth.
2007 Bylaw Changes - Attorney General Rulings Decision dated 5/14/2007. Whenever a town adopts or amends its general bylaws or zoning by-laws the Attorney General has to decide whether the proposed amendments are consistent with the constitution and the laws of the Commonwealth.
2006 Bylaw Changes - Attorney General Rulings Decision dated 5/2/2006. Whenever a town adopts or amends its general bylaws or zoning by-laws the Attorney General has to decide whether the proposed amendments are consistent with the constitution and the laws of the Commonwealth.
2005 Bylaw Changes - Attorney General Rulings Decision dated 8/11/2005. Whenever a town adopts or amends its general bylaws or zoning by-laws the Attorney General has to decide whether the proposed amendments are consistent with the constitution and the laws of the Commonwealth.
2004 Bylaw Changes - Attorney General Rulings Decision dated 5/28/2004. Whenever a town adopts or amends its general bylaws or zoning by-laws the Attorney General has to decide whether the proposed amendments are consistent with the constitution and the laws of the Commonwealth.
2003 Bylaw Changes - Attorney General Rulings Decision dated 9/19/2003. Whenever a town adopts or amends its general bylaws or zoning by-laws the Attorney General has to decide whether the proposed amendments are consistent with the constitution and the laws of the Commonwealth.
2002 Bylaw Changes - Attorney General Rulings Decision dated 7/24/2002. Whenever a town adopts or amends its general bylaws or zoning by-laws the Attorney General has to decide whether the proposed amendments are consistent with the constitution and the laws of the Commonwealth.
2001 Bylaw Changes - Attorney General Rulings Decisions dated 7/23/2001, 12/1/2001, and 2/13/2002. Whenever a town adopts or amends its general bylaws or zoning by-laws the Attorney General has to decide whether the proposed amendments are consistent with the constitution and the laws of the Commonwealth.
2000 Bylaw Changes - Attorney General Rulings Decision dated 7/6/2000. Whenever a town adopts or amends its general bylaws or zoning by-laws the Attorney General has to decide whether the proposed amendments are consistent with the constitution and the laws of the Commonwealth.
1999 Bylaw Changes - Attorney General Rulings Decisions dated 6/25/1999 and 7/14/1999. Whenever a town adopts or amends its general bylaws or zoning by-laws the Attorney General has to decide whether the proposed amendments are consistent with the constitution and the laws of the Commonwealth.
1998 Bylaw Changes - Attorney General Rulings Decision dated 7/9/1998. Whenever a town adopts or amends its general bylaws or zoning by-laws the Attorney General has to decide whether the proposed amendments are consistent with the constitution and the laws of the Commonwealth.
1997 Bylaw Changes - Attorney General Rulings Decision dated 7/27/2017. Whenever a town adopts or amends its general bylaws or zoning by-laws the Attorney General has to decide whether the proposed amendments are consistent with the constitution and the laws of the Commonwealth.
1996 Bylaw Changes - Attorney General Rulings Decisions dated 7/16/1996 and 12/31/1996. Whenever a town adopts or amends its general bylaws or zoning by-laws the Attorney General has to decide whether the proposed amendments are consistent with the constitution and the laws of the Commonwealth.

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