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TITLE II  POLICY AND ADMINISTRATION

CHAPTER 6  POSTING

 
2-6-1 Purpose
2-6-2 Listing; Length of Notice
 2-6-3 Removal Unlawful
 
2-6-1 PURPOSE.  The City of Modale, Iowa has no newspaper published within the corporate limits of the City, and publications of notice of elections, Ordinances and amendments may be made by posting in three public places, which have been permanently designated by Ordinance.
(Code of Iowa, Sec. 362.3(2))

2-6-2 LISTING, LENGTH OF NOTICE.  The three public places where public notice of Ordinances and other matters permitted to be posted are to be displayed are: 

City Notice Board,
Post Office and
Community Bank. 

The City Clerk is hereby directed to promptly post notices of elections, Ordinances, and amendments, and to leave them so posted for not less than ten days after the first date of posting, and the City Clerk shall note the first date of such posting on the official copy of the Ordinance and in the official Ordinance book immediately following the Ordinance.
(Code of Iowa, Sec. 380.7)

2-6-3 REMOVAL UNLAWFUL.  It shall be unlawful for any person other than the city clerk or Public Works Superintendent to remove any public notice.  Any unlawful removal of a public notice or posting shall not affect the validity of the Ordinance or action taken.