Unless otherwise provided by state law, Charter, or ordinance, the favorable vote of six of the eleven Supervisors is required to approve ordinances, resolutions or non-parliamentary motions. Ordinances require consideration at two separate meetings with at least five days intervening, a first reading and a final passage. Resolutions which have not been referred to committee may only be adopted by unanimous vote of all Supervisors present on the day of their introduction. The Clerk of the Board shall publish at the rear of the Rules of Order a list of actions, which require more than a majority vote of the Supervisors present.
- A policy statement to express approval or disapproval
- Legislation which amend municipals codes and make laws
- A formal proposal for action