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LRBa1839/1
EVM:amn&wlj
2017 - 2018 LEGISLATURE
ASSEMBLY AMENDMENT 3,
TO ASSEMBLY BILL 636
January 22, 2018 - Offered by Representative R. Brooks.
AB636-AA3,1,11 At the locations indicated, amend the bill as follows:
AB636-AA3,1,2 21. Page 1, line 7: after “county" insert “and city".
AB636-AA3,1,4 32. Page 3, line 6: after “officer" insert “appointed by the county board or the
4chairperson of the county board".
AB636-AA3,1,8 53. Page 3, line 7: after “office." insert “This paragraph does not apply to an
6officer who is appointed to the classified civil service of the county or who serves at
7the pleasure of an appointing authority other than the county board or chairperson
8of the county board.".
AB636-AA3,1,9 94. Page 3, line 7: after that line insert:
AB636-AA3,1,10 10 Section 7g. 17.12 (1) (c) of the statutes is repealed and recreated to read:
AB636-AA3,1,1211 17.12 (1) (c) Appointed officers. An appointed officer may be removed in any
12of the following manners:
AB636-AA3,2,2
11. An officer appointed by the common council, by the common council, at
2pleasure.
AB636-AA3,2,53 2. An officer appointed by an officer or body other than the common council,
4whether or not the appointment was confirmed by the common council, in any of the
5following manners:
AB636-AA3,2,66 a. By the appointing officer or body, at pleasure.
AB636-AA3,2,77 b. By the common council, for cause.
AB636-AA3,7i 8Section 7i. 17.12 (1) (cm) of the statutes is created to read:
AB636-AA3,2,129 17.12 (1) (cm) Board of police and fire commissioners. Notwithstanding par.
10(c), a member of a board of police and fire commissioners who is appointed by the
11mayor and confirmed by the common council may be removed by the common council,
12for cause.
AB636-AA3,7k 13Section 7k. 17.12 (3m) of the statutes is created to read:
AB636-AA3,2,1714 17.12 (3m) Common council authority. Notwithstanding subs. (1) and (2) and
15subject to sub. (4), a city may by ordinance provide that any appointed city officer may
16be removed only for inefficiency, neglect of duty, official misconduct, or malfeasance
17in office.”.
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