Lane County Amendment Section Repeal Measures, 2 (November 2012)

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Two Lane County Amendment Section Repeal measures were on the November 6, 2012 election ballot in Lane County, which is in Oregon, where they were approved.

The first measure amended the Lane County Charter to repeal Section 8, which concerns the Board's right to arrange for functions of the county to be performed with cooperation of other units of local government. But this ability of the Board is established and determined by State Law specifically in ORS 190.003-190.265. This makes Section 8 unnecessary and duplicative of state law. For this reason the Charter Review Committee recommended the repeal of section 8.

The second measure amended the Lane County Charter to repeal section 31-32 and change section 11. Section 31-32 provides for the continuation of the terms of Commissioners and Elective or Administrative offices, establish election dates for commissioners and assign responsibilities to certain county offices. The Charter Review Committee suggested the repeal of these sections and the addition of specific language to section 11 to define the election dates for commissioners.[1]

Election results

Measure 201, Charter Section Repeal 1
ResultVotesPercentage
Approveda Yes 78,726 66.52%
No39,62333.48%
Measure 202, Charter Section Repeal 2
ResultVotesPercentage
Approveda Yes 89,654 74.78%
No30,23625.22%

Election results from Lane County, Current Election Results (dead link)'

Text of measure

Language on the ballot for first measure:

Shall Lane County repeal Section 8 of the Lane County Charter to rely on state law?[2]

Language on the ballot for the second measure:

Shall Lane County repeal Sections 31-32 and amend Section 11 of Lane County Charter to consolidate commissioner election dates?[1][2]


See also


References

  1. 1.0 1.1 Lane County Oregon Elections, Current Measures (dead link)
  2. 2.0 2.1 Note: This text is quoted verbatim from the original source. Any inconsistencies are attributed to the original source.


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