73.1. The mayor or another member of the municipal council designated by the mayor shall hold a public consultation, consisting of at least two meetings, on the municipality’s proposal to replace the police force serving its territory. A notice of the consultation must be published in a newspaper distributed in the territory of the municipality at least 30 days before the first meeting is held and must
(1) state the date, time, location and purpose of each public consultation meeting;
(2) contain a summary describing the main effects of the proposal, including the services that will be provided by the new police force and the impact on the municipality’s expenses; and
(3) state that every citizen of the municipality may make comments on the proposal during each meeting or submit the comments in writing within 15 days after the last meeting.
The public consultation must be held in such a way as to foster the participation of every citizen of the municipality and an open discussion on the municipality’s proposal to replace the police force serving its territory.