The charter study commission may report and recommend:
a. That a referendum be held to submit to the voters of the county the question of adopting that one of the optional forms of government set forth in articles 3 to 6, inclusive, of this act, that the commission has designated; or
b. That the board of freeholders shall petition the Legislature for the enactment of a special charter, the text of which shall be appended to the charter study commission's report pursuant to Article IV, Section VII, Paragraph 10, of the State Constitution 1947 and to the enabling legislation enacted thereunder to the extent that such legislation is not inconsistent herewith; or
c. That the form of government of the county shall remain unchanged.
The commission may also draft and submit to the freeholders whatever recommendations it deems appropriate for the efficient administration of the county. Such recommendations may include a model administrative code. Such recommendations may be adopted by the freeholders in whole or in part, whether or not a new charter proposal is recommended by the commission or approved by the voters.
L.1972, c. 154, s. 13, eff. Sept. 19, 1972.
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