Village of Port Jefferson, NY
Suffolk County
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[HISTORY: Adopted by the Board of Trustees of the Village of Port Jefferson as Ch. 3 of the 1970 Code. Amendments noted where applicable.]

§ 37-1 Date of annual election fixed.

An annual election shall be held in the Village of Port Jefferson on the third Tuesday in June.

§ 37-2 Section 15-104 of Election Law superseded.

[Amended 6-11-1992 by L.L. No. 4-1992]
A. 
It is intended by this section to change or supersede the provisions of § 15-104 of the Election Law, as amended, as to the date of holding an annual election. The pertinent parts of said § 15-104 hereby changed and superseded are as follows:[1]
"An annual election shall be held in each Village on the third Tuesday in [March] June, [except that in any Village in Suffolk or Nassau county which has heretofore elected its officers on the third Tuesday in June or has heretofore adopted a resolution to elect its officers on the day specified or which has adopted a proposition as herein provided to hold its annual election on the third Tuesday in June, such Villages may elect and continue to elect its officers on that day and] except that Villages which shall have provided that the term of mayor and trustees shall be four years may adopt a resolution providing that elections shall be held biennially and thereafter an election shall be held biennially except that in the event the term of any elected official in office at the time of the adoption of the resolution shall expire in a year which would require an election to be held in a year other than that prescribed by the resolution which by its terms requires biennial elections, an election shall be held in such year, and there shall be elected to such office a successor of such official for a term to commence upon the expiration of the term of such incumbent, and to end at noon on the first Monday in the month following the Village election in the fifth calendar year following, and the successors of such officials so elected shall be elected for terms of four official years. [A Village of the third or fourth class may by the adoption at an annual or special election of a proposition therefor, hold its annual election on the third Tuesday in June.]"
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Editor's Note: Material in boldface is new; matter in brackets [ ] is old law to be omitted.
B. 
Except as changed or superseded herein, all other provisions of § 15-104 of the Election Law shall remain in full force and effect.