44:4-5. Action on resolution to establish welfare-house or to contract
Whenever any county shall propose by resolution as in this chapter provided, to establish a county welfare-house or to contract with another county for the relief and maintenance of the permanent poor by such other county in a welfare-house thereof, the resolution so providing shall not be passed at the time of its proposal, but after such proposal the action thereon shall be adjourned for at least two weeks, when it shall be finally acted upon by the board except as herein provided. Within one week after the proposal of such resolution, notice of the time and place of final action thereon to be taken shall be published twice in two newspapers of general circulation in the county, one of which is published in the county seat. The final passage thereof may be adjourned thereafter to the next regular meeting of the board of chosen freeholders.
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