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Anaheim City Council To Continue Discussions On Districts And Voter Participation
ANAHEIM, CA - (June 12, 2013) - The Anaheim City Council at last night’s City Council meeting held a public hearing on the Citizen’s Advisory Committee’s (CAC) final report and the issues of establishing electoral districts in Anaheim, as well as increasing the size of the City Council. Council members heard from residents as well as members from the CAC on their final report on this important issue.

Upon conclusion of the public hearing, Council passed a motion that City staff return to the City Council on July 2 for discussion and consideration on the following items: (1) an ordinance establishing residency districts for Council members with election to occur at-large by city-wide vote, (2) a proposed charter amendment for consideration by the voters at the June 3, 2014 election to establish residency districts for Council members with election to occur at-large by city-wide vote and (3) a proposed charter amendment increasing the City Council from 4 to 6 (with the Mayor continuing to be separately elected and elected at large).

The regularly scheduled July 2 City Council meeting is scheduled to begin at 5 p.m. at the City Hall Council Chambers (200 S. Anaheim Blvd., Anaheim, CA 92805). The public is welcome to attend and participate through the public comments process. For more information on how to participate in an Anaheim City Council meeting, please visit the City Clerk page at www.anaheim.net.


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