N.Y. General City Law Section 4
Removal of appointive officers in cities of the third class


No officer heretofore or hereafter appointed by the mayor of a city of the third class, or nominated and appointed by such mayor by or with the consent of the common council of such city, shall be removed or suspended from office without the approval of such mayor, such approval to be in writing and filed with the city clerk.

Source: Section 4 — Removal of appointive officers in cities of the third class, https://www.­nysenate.­gov/legislation/laws/GCT/4 (updated Sep. 22, 2014; accessed Jun. 15, 2024).

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Term of office of city supervisors
2‑A
Succession to certain city offices
2‑B
Definition
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Members of common council
3‑A
Liability of city officials
3‑B
Deposit of city funds
3‑C
Unlawful offers or agreements by municipal officials or omnibus lines with respect to omnibus line operations
3‑D
Receipts and disbursements of payrolls
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Removal of appointive officers in cities of the third class
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Certain parades and processions forbidden
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Swearing witnesses
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Summoning witnesses
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Law applicable to conduct of elections at which ballot questions are submitted to all the voters of a city
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Licenses to adult blind persons
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Use of soft coal in public institutions
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Money for celebration of legal holidays in cities
12‑A
Money for tercentennial celebrations
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Moneys for Memorial and Veterans days
13‑A
Moneys for maintaining the conference of mayors and other city officials of the state of New York and any of its activities
13‑B
Publicity fund
13‑C
Power of cities to provide moneys to replace revenues from excise taxes
13‑E
Expenses of meeting rooms for veterans’ and other organizations
13‑F
Moneys for maintaining the municipal electric utilities association of the state of New York and any of its activities
13‑G
Moneys for maintaining the New York State Assessors Association and any of its activities
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Moneys for maintaining statewide associations of local officials and any of their activities
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Permits for erection of booths and arches
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Firefighters moving from one city to another
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Term of service
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Volunteer members of fire companies
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Computation of pensions in certain retirement funds
16‑C
Minimum service retirement benefits for certain sanitation department employees in cities and who are members of pension or retirement sy...
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Operation of crematories for disposal of garbage
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License to operate moving picture apparatus
18‑A
Nothing contained in section eighteen shall be considered to apply to any so-called miniature motion picture apparatus which uses only an...
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Admission of children to theatres
18‑C
The common council in all cities of the third class shall have the power, upon application, in writing, of the property owners, owning at...
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Duty of street vendors to keep the sidewalk and street clean

Accessed:
Jun. 15, 2024

Last modified:
Sep. 22, 2014

§ 4’s source at nysenate​.gov

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