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Victoria City charter amendments election results

By Victoria Advocate
May 12, 2012 at 12:12 a.m.
Updated May 13, 2012 at 12:13 a.m.


100% of precincts reporting

charter amendments

PROPOSITION 1

City secretary to be appointed by city manager.

For 2,101

Against 1,593

PROPOSITION 2

Permit broader notification of ordinances to public.

For 3,271

Against 464

PROPOSITION 3

Authorizes assistant city manager to serve in city manager's absence.

For 3,363

Against 416

PROPOSITION 4

Changes phrase "public moneys" to "city moneys."

For2,352

Against1,356

PROPOSITION 5

Eliminates taxation provisions that have been superseded by state law as redundant.

For 2,896

Against 721

PROPOSITION 6

Eliminates land holding requirements.

For 1,858

Against 1,599

PROPOSITION 7

Requires general and special elections to be on uniform election dates.

For 3,289

Against 342

PROPOSITION 8

Lengthens time frame referendum petition may be filed.

For 2,528

Against 1,062

PROPOSITION 9

Clarify that each petition paper is required to include an affidavit of the person circulating paper.

For 2,934

Against 667

PROPOSITION 10

Planning commission shall be advisory body of the city council and shall perform other duties as assigned.

For 2,781

Against 843

PROPOSITION 11

Eliminate provisions related to the paving of streets as unnecessary and redundant of state law.

For 2,508

Against 1,082

PROPOSITION 12

Remove residency requirement for the municipal court judge.

For 1,271

Against 2,359

PROPOSITION 13

Provide for municipal court clerk to be appointed by the city manager.

For 1,929

Against 1,702

PROPOSITION 14

Permit certain campaign activities while not in city-owned buildings or in city council meetings.

For 2,199

Against 1,352

PROPOSITION 15

Define "officer" in charter to mean elective officers.

For 3,045

Against 555

PROPOSITION 16

Provide consistency in describing employees of the city.

For 3,254

Against 412

PROPOSITION 17

Reduce minimum age to qualify for city council member.

For 1,358

Against 2,393

VICTORIA COLLEGE

Trustee District No. 1

Josie Rivera 639



Trustee District No. 2

Luis A. Guerra 947

WATER CONTROL&IMPROVEMENT DISTRICT NO. 1

2 elected

Minnie B. Reyes 69

Noemi Tronscoso 43

John Corona 41

Troy Brooks 52

David R. Hernandez 81

DISTRICT NO. 2

2 elected

Deborah Lynn Tomas 19

John Wade McGrand 31

Michael Anthony Torres 26

David Allen Priour 21

QUAIL CREEK MUNICIPAL UTILITY DISTRICT

2 elected

Homer Ortiz 20

Bobby Shafer 49

Richard Reyes 41

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