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Seminole City Charter Amendments, 8 (march 2010)

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There were eight Seminole City Charter Amendment measure on the March 9 ballot in Pinellas County for voters in the city of Seminole.

All eight of these measures were approved, most passing with over 60% of votes in favor.

The first charter amendment proposed to change how the city takes property by use of eminent domain.

  • YES 1,613 (77.77%)Approveda
  • NO 461 (22.23%)

The second charter amendment proposed to change the date of mayoral elections in November.

  • YES 1,762 (84.96%)Approveda
  • NO 312 (15.04%)

The third charter amendment proposed to change the time when the vice mayor will be elected to the next council meeting after the election.

  • YES 1,858 (90.41%)Approveda
  • NO 197 (9.59%)

The fourth charter amendment proposed to allow the vice mayor to take the mayor's place in lieu of absences.

  • YES 1,887 (91.07%)Approveda
  • NO 185 (8.93%)

The fifth charter amendment proposed to allow the city manager to appoint the city clerk.

  • YES 1,143 (55.78%)Approveda
  • NO 906 (44.22%)

The sixth charter amendment proposed to fix the mayor's compensation rate which would be proposed by the council.

  • YES 1,392 (68.00%)Approveda
  • NO 655 (32.00%)

The seventh charter amendment proposed to change regular election from March to November.

  • YES 1,640 (79.5%)Approveda
  • NO 423 (20.5%)

The eighth charter amendment proposed to change the city's disaster code to be in line with that of the state's.[1]

  • YES 1,952 (77.77%)Approveda
  • NO 120 (5.79%)[2]

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