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AB 428 – Sets Two-Term Minimum For County Board Of Supervisors Term Limits; Specifies That Supervisors Are Included Among County Officers For Whom Board Sets Compensation
Sections 25000 and 25300 of the Government Code allow the board of supervisors of any county to adopt, or the residents of the county to propose an initiative to limit or repeal, a limit on the number of terms a board member may serve on the board of supervisors, and requires the board of supervisors to prescribe the compensation for all county officers, respectively. AB 428 precludes a county from imposing a term limit of fewer than two terms on its board of supervisors. However, the law specifies that it does not affect any term limits that were legally in effect prior to January 1, 2022, in any county.
Additionally, AB 428 amends Section 25300 to include the board of supervisors in the definition of county officers for whom the board of supervisors is required to prescribe compensation.
(AB 428 amends Sections 25000 and 25300 of the Government Code.)