CHAPTER 13

CONNECTICUT INSTITUTE FOR MUNICIPAL STUDIES

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Secs. 1-135 to 1-139. Connecticut Institute for Municipal Studies; established. Board of directors. Meetings; agenda; staff. Consortium of public and private institutions of higher education. Pilot demonstration projects; funding.

Sec. 1-139a. Connecticut Institute for Municipal Studies: Transfer of assets and records.

Sec. 1-140. Reserved


Secs. 1-135 to 1-139. Connecticut Institute for Municipal Studies; established. Board of directors. Meetings; agenda; staff. Consortium of public and private institutions of higher education. Pilot demonstration projects; funding. Sections 1-135 to 1-139, inclusive, are repealed, effective July 1, 2002.

(May Sp. Sess. P.A. 92-16, S. 78–82, 89; P.A. 96-256, S. 167, 209; P.A. 02-140, S. 9.)

Sec. 1-139a. Connecticut Institute for Municipal Studies: Transfer of assets and records. The financial assets of the Connecticut Institute for Municipal Studies are transferred to the Connecticut State University System for the purposes of the Institute for Municipal and Regional Policy at the Center for Public Policy and Practical Politics at Central Connecticut State University. The records, files, intellectual property rights and copyright rights of the Connecticut Institute for Municipal Studies are transferred to the Institute for Municipal and Regional Policy at the Center for Public Policy and Practical Politics at Central Connecticut State University.

(P.A. 02-140, S. 8.)

History: P.A. 02-140 effective July 1, 2002.

Sec. 1-140. Reserved for future use.