Friday November 24th 2017

Anaheim Considers Six Seat Council

anaheim_city_council_district_mapANAHEIM Calif. (FNP) – The Anaheim City Council will be mapping four and six council districts at their future meetings. A special Charter Committee has been established to help in the process.

Only the voters can decide whether there will be a change to the city charter. Currently there are four Council Members and One Mayor. `The voters will be asked whether there should be four or six council members with a separately elected mayor.

Although the Charter Committee has been meeting since July, on Wednesday they announced a set of meetings to discuss drawing new neighborhood lines for new districts. The first of these meetings will be held on Wednesday, October 16th at 6 p.m. at the Anaheim City Council Chambers, 200 S. Anaheim Blvd., Anaheim, CA 92805. All residents and those concerned are welcome to attend.

The Chair of the committee is longtime resident Todd Ament. Ament is the current President of the Anaheim Chamber of Commerce. The Vise Chair is Ernesto Medrano, the current Political Coordinator for the Teamster Local 952.

The committee will also be considering other amendments, including gender neutral changes.

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