GENERAL CHARTER LAW
Repeal of special charters.
First class cities excepted.
Intent and construction.
Annexations to cities of the first class.
Detachment of farm lands from cities.
Alteration of aldermanic districts.
Defense of officers by city attorney.
Police and fire departments.
Highway safety coordinator.
Board of public works.
Acquisition of recycling or resource recovery facilities without bids.
Street grades; service pipes.
Enforcement of building codes.
Sewer and water extensions in 1st and 2nd class cities; sewage from other municipalities.
Sewer district bonds.
Water and heat pipe extensions.
Acquiring property; opening or changing streets.
Recycling or resource recovery facilities.
Zoning of wetlands in shorelands.
Required notice on certain approvals.
Construction site erosion control and storm water management zoning.
Municipal mortgage housing assistance.
Claims and actions.
FIRST CLASS CITIES
Police and fire departments in 1st class cities.
Mayoral appointments in 1st class cities.
Requirements for surety bonds of officers and employees in 1st class cities.
Uniform salaries in 1st class cities.
Police authority to alderpersons in 1st class cities repealed.
Health insurance; 1st class cities.
Appropriation bonds for payment of employee retirement system liability in 1st class cities.
Agreements and ancillary arrangements for certain notes and appropriation bonds.
Employee retirement system liability financing in 1st class cities; additional powers.
Payment of contributions in an employee retirement system of a 1st class city.
Benefit funds for officers and employees of 1st class cities.
Death benefit payments to foreign beneficiaries.
Uninsured motorist coverage; 1st class cities.
First class city utilities.
Pedestrian malls in 1st class cities.
Discontinuance of public grounds.
GENERAL CHARTER LAW
That no inconvenience may arise by reason of change of government of cities from special charter to general charter, or by reason of the revision of the general charter law, it is declared that: