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North Carolina General Statutes 160A-74 - Quorum

North Carolina General Statutes > Chapter 160A > Article 5 > § 160A-74 - Quorum


Current as of: 2010

A majority of the actual membership of the council plus the mayor, excluding vacant seats, shall constitute a quorum. A member who has withdrawn from a meeting without being excused by majority vote of the remaining members present shall be counted as present for purposes of determining whether or not a quorum is present.

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