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Veto seems unnecessary

August 12, 2014
Leader Herald

Mayor Dayton King has indicated he plans to veto the Common Council's recently passed local law authorizing a referendum in November to determine whether the city should replace its current form of government with a city-manager form of government. King has said he would allow the referendum to go forward, if the Common Council agreed to put up his proposal for restructuring how members of the council are elected. King would like to see each of the members of the council elected by all of the citizens of the city, rather than having them represent individual city wards.

 
 
 

 

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