Royal Oak City Charter Amendments, 4 (November 2011)
All four measures were approved
The first amendment sought to implement a levy at a rate of 1 mill for a period of five years which would be used to pay for garbage and refuse collection services in the city. This levy will actually renew the current refuse levy, residents had approved it every five years since it was implemented in 1991.
The second amendment sought to change the time at which terms end, the third amendment sought to make it that filing deadline laws were the same as those of the state and the fourth will change the fee paid for filing for office.
Text of measure
The question on the ballot:
|Charter Amendment A: Proposed Amendment to Chapter 8, Section 11 (B) of the Royal Oak City Charter to Allow for a Renewal Refuse Collection, Disposal and Curbside Recycling Millage. The proposed amendment to the Royal Oak Charter, if approved, would allow the City to levy a millage for a period not to exceed five (5) years up to 1.00 mil, to defray the costs of refuse collection, disposal and curbside recycling. Shall the proposal be adopted?|
- Oakland County Elections, Current Election Results
- Oakland County Clerk, November Candidate and Issues List
- The Eccentric, "Voters to decide refuse collection renewal," November 6, 2011 (dead link)
- Note: This text is quoted verbatim from the original source. Any inconsistencies are attributed to the original source.
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