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The City Of Sacramento's Measure L, Strong Mayor Initiative



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MEASURE L - Sacramento Charter Revision

(Also known as the Sacramento Checks and Balances Act of 2014)

“Shall the City of Sacramento Charter be revised, on a trial basis, to establish: a mayor-council governance structure wherein the elected mayor oversees city operations and a budget subject to Council approval and override; an Ethics Committee; Code of Ethics and Sunshine Ordinances; an Independent Budget Analyst Office; a Neighborhood Advisory Committee; an Independent Redistricting Commission; and a three-term limit for mayors; with most provisions subject to voter reapproval by 11/03/2020?”  


Full Text Of Measure L


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