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Statute: 18A:64A-6

18A:64A-6. If a majority of the votes in a county are cast against a proposal for the establishment of a county college, the board of chosen freeholders of such county may not establish a county college unless thereafter the board: a. Submits a petition to the Commission on Higher Education in accordance with the provisions of section 18A:64A-2, and b. Submits a proposal for the establishment of a county college at a general election and has it approved by a majority of the votes of the county voting thereon. The board of chosen freeholders shall not resubmit a proposal which has been defeated to the voters of the county before the third general election thereafter; however, an alternate proposal may be submitted at any general election. L.1967, c.271; amended 1994,c.48,s.124.

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