Commission-plan meaning

The definition of a commission plan is a form of local government where a commission of elected people make the legislative and administrative decisions instead of a major and city council.

An example of a commission plan is when the department heads of a city are elected to be the group that makes the administrative decisions and determines the policies for the city, instead of a major or city council.

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A commission plan is defined as an arrangement made in which people are paid based on performance.

An example of a commission plan is when salespeople are paid 10 percent of every sale they make.

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Municipal government in which legislative and administrative functions and powers are vested in an elected commission rather than in a mayor and city council.
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A form of municipal government in which all legislative and administrative powers are in the hands of an elected commission (usually five or six heads of various municipal departments)
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