Historically, Article VII has contained the constitutional rules concerning a variety of disparate constitutional offices including the levy courts, county commissioners, commissioners of public works, surveyors, the state librarian, commissioners of the land office, and the “wreck-master” for Worcester County. Over time, most of these offices have been abolished and the constitution was amended in 1977 to reflect these changes.1 Today, only the constitutional provisions regarding county commissioners remain in Article VII. The County Commissioners of each county...
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