Estacada City Charter Amendments, 2 (March 2012)
The citizens measures, 3-391, was approved
The first measure sought to amend the city charter so that urban renewal procedures would have to follow the laws set out by the state.
The second measure sought to amend the city charter so that any substantial change to urban renewal agencies, requirements of provisions would have to have voter approval before being enacted.
- YES 371 (78.1%)
- NO 104 (21.9%)
The second measure had been placed on the ballot by citizens and the first was a counter measure proposed by the City Council and placed on the ballot as a better option for voters. The Council noted that the citizen's measure will establish procedures which are not required under law where as the first measure would have allowed for a simpler system in regards to urban development.
Text of measure
The question on the ballot:
| Measure 3-390: Shall Estacada amend its charter to specify that its urban renewal procedures follow state law?
Measure 3-391: Charter amendment would require voter approval of activation of or substantial changes to urban renewal agencies, notice requirements, termination provisions.
- The Oregonian, "Estacada residents pass citizen-led measure requiring voter approval of urban renewal," March 13, 2012
- Clackamas County Elections, March Election Information
- Clackamas County Elections, March Election Results
- The Oregonian, "Estacada voters face dueling urban renewal ballot measures in March special election," February 24, 2012
- Note: This text is quoted verbatim from the original source. Any inconsistencies are attributed to the original source.