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City of San Luis Obispo charter amendments, Measure E (November 2008)
Measure E amended sections 201 (and related references throughout the Charter), 407, 410, 505, 601, 701, 709, 901, 906, 1001, 1006, 1202, and 1205 of the Charter of the City of San Luis Obispo to make technical, non-substantive revisions, as set forth in City Council Resolution No. 10007 (2008 Series).
- These final, certified, results are from the San Luis Obispo County elections office.
Measure E was unanimously supported by the City of San Luis Obispo's city council. They wrote, "Measure E-08 is a clean-up measure. It involves only non-controversial matters. It will provide tools for the City Council and City staff to better serve the community. The measure combines these minor, non- substantive revisions into a single ballot question. A committee of City staff members has conducted a review of the current City Charter and presented its findings to the City Council. The committee finds that our Charter contains certain outdated language which can be easily modified to provide for greater clarity. These changes can only be made by a majority vote of the electors, and so the City Council has placed this measure on the ballot."
An objection that was made to Measure E is that it would allow non-residents to serve on advisory boards.
The question on the ballot:
|Measure E: "Shall sections 201 (and related references throughout the Charter), 407, 410, 505, 601, 701, 709, 901, 906, 1001, 1006, 1202, and 1205 of the Charter of the City of San Luis Obispo be amended to make technical, non-substantive revisions, as set forth in City Council Resolution No. 10007 (2008 Series)?"|
- Critics of SLO's Measure E object to a sentence in the text allowing the City Council to put nonresidents on advisory boards
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