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Title VII CITIES, TOWNS AND VILLAGES

Chapter 79 Cities of the Fourth Classification ^  !
ORGANIZATION
79.010   Fourth class cities, incorporation of. (8/28/1939)
79.020   City limits may be altered, how. (8/28/1978)
79.025   Annexation of territory prohibited, when (City of Byrnes Mill). (5/25/2010)
79.030   Election of officers. (8/28/1989)
79.035   Primary election may be held, procedure, cost, exception. (8/28/1981)
79.040   Election ordered. (1/2/1979)
79.050   Elective officers, terms — chief of police or marshal, qualification — same ... (8/28/2007)
79.055   City marshal, training requirements, fourth class cities. (8/28/1997)
79.060   City to be divided into wards — aldermen elected — aldermen at large ... (8/28/2006)
BOARD OF ALDERMEN AND MAYOR — POWERS AND DUTIES
79.070   Aldermen, qualifications. (8/28/2013)
79.080   Mayor, qualifications. (8/28/1986)
79.090   Board to select an acting president, term. (8/28/1983)
79.100   Acting president to perform duties of mayor, when. (8/28/1939)
79.110   Mayor and board — duties. (8/28/1939)
79.120   Mayor may sit in board. (8/28/1939)
79.130   Ordinances — procedure to enact — inapplicable, when. (8/28/2014)
79.130   Ordinances — procedure to enact. (8/13/1988)
79.135   Proposed ordinance by petition, procedure (City of Savannah). (8/28/2014)
79.140   Bills must be signed — mayor's veto. (8/28/1939)
79.150   Board to keep journal of proceedings. (8/28/1939)
79.160   Board shall publish semiannual statements. (8/28/1979)
79.165   No money of city to be disbursed until statement is published — penalty. (8/28/1979)
79.180   Board may compel attendance of witnesses — mayor to administer oaths. (8/28/1939)
79.190   Mayor to sign commissions. (8/28/1993)
79.200   Mayor shall have the power to enforce laws. (8/28/1939)
79.210   Mayor — communications to board. (8/28/1939)
79.220   Mayor may remit fine, grant pardon. (8/28/1939)
OTHER MUNICIPAL OFFICERS
79.230   Appointive officers. (8/28/1939)
79.240   Removal of officers. (8/28/2013)
79.250   Officers to be voters and residents — exceptions, appointed officers. (8/28/1994)
79.260   Officers' oath — bond. (8/28/1939)
79.270   Salaries fixed by ordinance. (8/28/1939)
79.280   Vacancies in certain offices, how filled. (8/28/1999)
79.290   Powers and duties of officers to be prescribed by ordinance. (8/28/1939)
79.300   Treasurer, duties — bond. (8/28/1939)
79.310   Collector to make annual report. (8/28/1939)
79.320   City clerk, election — duties. (8/28/1939)
79.330   Offices of marshal and collector may be consolidated. (8/28/1939)
79.340   Officers to report receipts and expenditures. (8/28/1939)
79.350   Mayor or board may inspect books and records of officers. (8/28/1939)
79.360   Misdemeanor in office, penalty. (8/28/1939)
79.365   Compensation of certain board and commission members, how fixed. (8/28/1998)
POLICE AND HEALTH REGULATIONS
79.370   Board shall regulate sanitary conditions. (8/28/1939)
79.380   Diseases, control of — condemnation for public facilities — police ... (8/28/1969)
79.383   Abatement of nuisance by civil action, city may be awarded attorney's fees. (8/28/1993)
79.390   Powers — water supply, marketplaces, city hall, prison, parks. (8/28/1939)
79.400   Powers — regulation of lumberyards, fences, animals and poultry — may ... (8/28/1939)
79.410   Powers — regulations governing. (8/28/1939)
79.430   Board may provide public cemeteries and regulate same. (8/28/1939)
79.440   Cemetery lots, how sold. (8/28/1939)
79.450   Certain activities to be prohibited and suppressed. (8/28/1971)
79.460   Board may prohibit carrying concealed weapons. (1/2/1979)
79.470   Board to set penalties, limitation. (8/28/1971)
79.480   Notice of action shall be given — when — contents. (8/28/1939)
DISINCORPORATION
79.490   Fourth class city disincorporated, how — election, notice. (8/28/2016)
79.495   Disincorporation without election allowed, when — diminishing city limits ... (8/28/2007)
79.500   Contracts not affected by disincorporation. (8/28/1939)
79.510   County commission shall appoint trustee. (8/28/1939)
79.520   Trustee, duties. (8/28/1939)
79.530   Trustee may employ counsel — report to county commission. (8/28/1939)
79.540   Trustee to make final settlement with county commission. (8/28/1939)
MUNICIPAL REDEVELOPMENT AUTHORITIES — CERTAIN MUNICIPALITIES
79.550   Municipal redevelopment authority, governing body may establish (certain ... (7/12/1990)
79.552   Members, appointment, qualifications, terms — expenses (certain municipalities). (8/28/1995)
79.555   Powers of authority (certain municipalities). (6/24/1988)
79.557   Bonds, interest and income tax exempt — recognized as securities (certain ... (6/24/1988)
79.560   Purchases of real property, cooperation of other political subdivisions — ... (7/12/1990)
79.565   Elected or appointed officials, no financial interest in authority ... (7/12/1990)
ANNEXATION OF TRASH AND RECYCLABLE MATERIAL FACILITIES
79.600   Annexation of trash and recyclable material facilities, procedure (City of ... (8/28/2005)
 - Cross References
Bonded indebtedness, provisions relating to, 95.370 to 95.410
Census, city may provide for taking, 81.030
City administrator authorized, 77.042 to 77.048
Condemnation, procedure for, 88.010 to 88.077
Counties and cities not to adopt ordinances regulating rent in private or commercial property, exceptions, 441.043
County property, subject to cost of city improvements, 88.743 to 88.750
Donated goods, no zoning law, ordinance or code shall prohibit a nonprofit organization from reselling in same area as other retailers, 407.489
Elections, Chap. 115
Farmers, selling own produce exempt from license, 150.030
Insurance plans, for elected officials and employees — political subdivision may contribute, procedure, 67.150
License or fees adjustment by political subdivision not deemed increase"" as used in Missouri Constitution, Article X, Section 22, when, 67.042
Officers' terms to be for four years, certain cities (Raytown), 205.031
Ordinances, codification and revision procedure, 71.940 to 71.948
Outdoor advertising, cities may restrict, 71.288
Public utilities, cities may acquire, own and operate, 91.450
Revenue, assessment and collection of, 94.190 to 94.330
Street grading, paid out of city funds, 88.677
Street lighting, board may contract for, approval by voters, 71.530, 88.770
Streets and sidewalks, cost of improving, how assessed, special tax bills, 88.680 to 88.713
Tax ceiling may be increased by governing body of political subdivisions when values assessed are reduced, 137.072
Tax levy for library, special purposes, limits, 94.260
Tax levy, limitations on, increase over limit to be approved by voters, 94.250
Water, board may contract for, approval by voters, 71.530, 88.773

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