Delray Beach City Mayor Term Limit Extension Amendment Question (March 2013)
This measure amended the Delray Beach City Charter to make it so that if a commissioner is elected mayor his time spent as commissioner does not count against his six consecutive year term limit.
|Delray Beach Question 3|
Election results from Palm Beach County March 12, 2013 election results.
Text of measure
Text of the question:
This text is quoted verbatim from the original source. Any inconsistencies are attributed to the original source.
|“|| CURRENTLY, THE COMMISSIONERS AND MAYOR CAN ONLY HOLD OFFICE FOR A MAXIMUM CONTINUOUS PERIOD OF SIX YEARS. THE CHARTER AMENDMENT PROPOSES THAT IF A COMMISSIONER IS ELECTED MAYOR, THEN THE TIME SPENT AS A COMMISSIONER SHALL NOT COUNT TOWARD THE MAXIMUM TIME LIMIT AND THE PERSON COULD SERVE AS MAYOR FOR A MAXIMUM PERIOD OF SIX YEARS. THIS EXTENSION WOULD NOT APPLY IF THE MAYOR IS ELECTED OR APPOINTED TO THE OFFICE OF COMMISSIONER.
SHOULD THE ABOVE-DESCRIBED CHARTER AMENDMENT BE ADOPTED?
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