(b) The election shall be conducted as prescribed by ch. 6, except
5that no registration of voters may be required
. The inspectors shall make returns 6
to the clerk of the circuit court who shall, within one week 14 days
after the election, 7
canvass the returns and declare the result. The clerk shall notify the officers-elect 8
and issue certificates of election. If the first election is on the first Tuesday in April 9
the officers elected and their appointees shall commence and hold their offices as for 10
a regular term. Otherwise they shall commence within 10 14
days and hold their 11
offices until the regular village or city election and the qualification of their 12
successors and the terms of their appointees expire as soon as successors qualify.
66.0215 (9) First city election.
Within 10 days after incorporation of the city, 2
the town board and the town clerk who received the petition shall fix a time for the 3
first city election, designate the polling place or places, and name 3 inspectors of 4
election for each place. Ten days' previous notice of the election shall be given by the 5
clerk by publication in the newspapers selected under sub. (3) and by posting notices 6
in 3 public places in the city. Failure to give notice does not invalidate the election. 7
The election shall be conducted as is prescribed by chs. 5 to 12, except that no
8registration of voters may be required
. The inspectors shall make returns to the 9
board which shall, within one week 14 days
after the election, canvass the returns 10
and declare the result. The clerk shall notify the officers-elect and issue certificates 11
of election. If the first election is on the first Tuesday in April the officers elected and 12
their appointees commence and hold their offices as for a regular term. Otherwise 13
they commence within 10 14
days and hold until the regular city election and the 14
qualification of their successors, and the term of their appointees expires as soon as 15
(a) Notwithstanding sections 17.25 (1) and 60.30 (4) (a) of the statutes, any 20
town board of supervisors may enact an ordinance providing that the terms of office 21
of any elective officers in the town who were elected or appointed to serve for terms 22
expiring on the 2nd Tuesday in April of 2012 or 2013 are extended so as to expire on 23
the 3rd Tuesday in April in the same year in which the terms would otherwise expire.
Paragraph (a) does not apply after April 16, 2013.".
The treatment of sections 60.11 (2) and 60.16 (1) of the statutes takes effect 5
on January 1, 2013.".