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City of Tulare Financial Transactions and Public Contracting, Measures B and C (June 2012)

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Two City of Tulare ballot questions, Measures B and C were on the June 5, 2012 ballot for voters in the City of Tulare in Tulare County. Both were approved.
  • Measure B changed how the city defined appointive officers. It also provided for the city's Library and its Recreation & Parks Department to make daily bank deposits. And, finally, it repealed an ordinance that was enacted in 1935 that sets a threshold limit of $2,000 for the Board of Public Utilities.
  • Measure C amended the city's purchasing and public contracting authority limits. It made the limits a matter of ongoing city council policy, rather than enshrining the limits in an ordinance.

Election results

Measure B
Approveda Yes 2,741 63.38%
Measure C
Approveda Yes 2,219 51.81%
These final election results are from the Tulare County elections office.

Ballot text

Measure B

The question on the ballot:

MEASURE B: Shall the City Charter be amended by revising Sections 17 and 68 to update the definitions of appointive officers and provide for daily bank deposits to be made by the Library and Recreation & Parks departments; and repealing Section 56 last amended in 1935 and no longer applicable both as to process and the threshold limit of $2,000 for the Board of Public Utilities?[1]

Measure C

The question on the ballot:

MEASURE C: Shall the City Charter be amended revising Sections 23 and 46 regarding purchasing and public contracting authority limits and making those limits a matter of Council policy to provide for easier flexibility and amendment process?[1]

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