River Oaks Home Rule Charter Amendments, 4 (November 2009)

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Four River Oaks Home Rule Charter Amendments appeared on the November 3 ballot in Tarrant County for voters in the city of River Oaks.[1]

  • Proposition 1 asked voters to change when the fiscal year would start. This change proposed that the would year begin the first day of October and would end the last day of September. The measure was approved
  • Yes: 245 (76.56%)Approveda
  • No: 75 (23.44%)
  • Proposition 2 asked voters on whether or not to approve three year terms for the Mayor and council members. The measure was approved
  • Yes: 184 (56.44%) Approveda
  • No: 142 (43.56%)
  • Proposition 3 asked voters to approve this amendment which was proposed to require the city council to have at least one meeting a month but as many after that one as was needed to conduct city business. The measure was approved
  • Yes: 243 (74.77%)Approveda
  • No: 82 (25.23%)
  • Proposition 4 asked that qualifications for residents to run for mayor and a council position be set. The measure was approved[2]
  • Yes: 217 (68.24%)Approveda
  • No: 101 (31.76%)

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