KSC, TITLE 8.
Chapter 3. Powers and
Section 8.301. Limitation
The following limit or
deny a power or function of a municipal government as indicated:
(1) A municipal government may not adopt an ordinance regarding, or regulate or control, an activity or subject which State law regulates or controls.
(2) A municipal ordinance or regulation may not impose a penalty of imprisonment exceeding one year.
(3) A municipal ordinance or regulation may not impose a fine exceeding one thousand dollars.
Subsection (3) was added by State Law
Section 8.302. Proposed ordinance.
A municipal council gives
ten days advance notice to the people of the municipality, the Legislature, and
the Governor of the content of a proposed ordinance before acting on its
Section 8.303. Appointment of acting chief executive.
If a vacancy occurs in
the office of chief executive of any municipal government and the municipal
charter or other municipal law does not provide for filling the vacancy, the
Governor appoints a resident of the municipality to be acting chief
executive of the municipality until a new chief executive is selected pursuant
to the municipal charter or other municipal law.