History of the County Council's

Self-Serving Efforts to Undermine Term Limits

1992

County residents adopted a two-term limit for County Council members.

 

2000

Council raised about $35,000 from developers and zoning lawyers to repeal term limits. Voters said NO.


2004

Council tried to add two At-Large members to get around term limits. Voters said NO.

 

2014

Council raised over $140,000 from developers and zoning lawyers to extend their terms to three terms. Voters said NO.

 

2016

Council raised over $60,000 from developers and zoning lawyers to fool Voters into adding two At-Large seats to the County Council and abolishing the term limits by allowing Council members to alternate between District and At-Large seats indefinitely.

 

2020

Council members may be planning to extend their terms to three terms with another last minute Charter Amendment on the November 2020 ballot. 

 

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