22. Where the council is obliged to hold a public meeting in respect of the draft by-law, the clerk or the secretary-treasurer, within 15 days after passage of the by-law, shall publish, in a newspaper having general circulation in the municipality, a notice setting forth
(1) the object of the by-law;
(2) the description of the boundaries of the proposed electoral districts;
(3) the number of electors included in each proposed electoral district;
(4) the place, days and hours for examining the by-law;
(5) every elector’s right to inform the Commission de la représentation in writing of his objection to the by-law within 15 days of publication of the notice;
(6) the address to which objections must be sent;
(7) the number of objections required to oblige the Commission to hold a public meeting to hear the persons present regarding the by-law.
In addition to or in lieu of the description required under subparagraph 2 of the first paragraph, the notice may include a map or a sketch of the proposed electoral districts.
Within five days of publication of the notice, the clerk or the secretary-treasurer shall transmit a certified copy thereof to the Commission, with an attestation of its date of publication.
1987, c. 57, s. 22; 1997, c. 34, s. 7.