Tag Archives: charter review committee

UPDATED: Council Should Break Grab-Bag “Measure 1” Charter Amendment Into a Few Ballot Measures

Readers may have gathered from my preceding posts (here, here and here) on the Charter Review Committee recommendations and the proposed charter amendments that has issued from the CRC’s work, but the more recommendations that were more political (for lack of a better descriptive) in nature were separated into discrete ballot measures. The rest of the recommendations – mainly streamlining-oriented ...

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Council Places Fireworks, Two-Year Mayoral Term On June Ballot

On Tuesday night, the Anaheim City Council took up the Charter Review Committee’s recommendations, which staff had packaged into four proposed charter amendments for the June ballot. Anaheim voters will have the opportunity to say yes or no to changing the mayoral term from four to two years; legalizing safe and sane fireworks; and enacting a bucket of government efficiency ...

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Charter Review Committee: Nearing the End of the Process

The Charter Review Committee meets again tonight, as it nears the end of the process. Here’s the agenda and : – Article VII: Section 701 – Officers and Employees: consider allowing City Manager to appoint City Treasurer, rather than by majority vote of the City Council. – Article IX – Appointee Boards and Commissions – Library Board (continued) – Article ...

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City Council Makes Their Charter Review Committee Appointees

Last night, Mayor Tom Tait and the members of the city council named five of the seven members of the Charter Review Committee (CRC). Each has one appointee to the CRC; those five will then name the remaining two -at-large members from the current pool of  applicants. Here are the appointees: Mayor Tom Tait: Tom Dunn Mayor Pro Tem Gail ...

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