The deadline to file was Monday, Aug. 16, 2021, by 5:00 pm.
Packets received broken down by District:
APPLICATIONS MAY NOT BE FILED UNTIL 8:00 AM ON MONDAY, JULY 19, 2021 AND THE DEADLINE TO FILE IS AUGUST 16, 2021. PLEASE CALL (210)566-6111 IF YOU HAVE ANY QUESTIONS.
PROPOSITION 1—Shall Sections 1.03, 1.04, 4.01 (5) (D), 4.04 (6), 4.05 (3), 5.02 (2) €, 5.04, 12.05 and 14.10 (1) of the City Charter be amended to require submission to the qualified voters of the City to eliminate provisions which have become inoperative because they have been superseded by state law,; replace obsolete references and update terminology to current legal usage.
PROPOSITION 2—Shall Section 3.01 (2) and (3) of the City Charter be amended to revise the seven (7) single-member council districts to four (4) council member districts and three (3) at large council members.
PROPOSITION 3—Shall section 3.01 (3) of the City Charter be amended to authorize the increase of the number of terms the Mayor and/or Council may serve in the same office from two (2) to three (3) consecutive three (3) year terms and allow a Councilmember whose termed out of office to run for Mayor without any delay.
PROPOSITION 4—Shall section 3.03 (1) of the City Charter be amended to provide compensation to the members of City Council at a rate of $100 per month and compensation to the mayor for his services at a rate of $150 per month to take effect on the first day after current members are re-elected to their position or upon newly elected members at the next general election.
PROPOSITION 5— Shall section 3.04 (2) of the City Charter be amended to make clear that the Mayor Pro Tem shall be elected annually at the first regular meeting in December.
PROPOSITION 6—Shall sections 3.06 of the City Charter be amended to clearly identify the Powers of the City Council that are authorized under current state law or City Charter.
PROPOSITION 7—Shall section 4.01 (1) of the City Charter be amended to clarify the required qualifications for the position of City Manager.
PROPOSITION 8—Shall section 4.02 of the City Charter be amended to clarify that the City Secretary while reporting to the City Manager for administrative purposes, may only be disciplined or removed from office by the City Council.
PROPOSITION 9—Shall section 4.03 (2) of the City Charter be amended to increase the term of the Municipal Judge from a two (2) year term to a three (3) year term to coincide with the Mayor’s term of office.
PROPOSITION 10—Shall section 6.13 (1) of the City Charter be amended to clarify the length of time signatures are valid for a petition for Initiative to make it consistent with Recall and Referendum provisions.
PROPOSITION 11—Shall section 7.13 (2) (D) of the City Charter be added so that if City Council wants to use general obligation bonds that have been issued but not expended, Council shall hold a public hearing to allow voters to provide input on whether the funds can be used for any other purpose.
PROPOSITION 12—Shall section 11.05 (1) of the City Charter be amended to revise the number of members to the City Charter Commission from ten (10) to no less than seven (7) and no more than fifteen (15).