Proposition G would have made the minimum number of City Council members to establish a quorum from five to four.
Proposition I would have reduced the number of times an ordinance must be published in the official newspaper of the city from two to one.
Proposition M would have removed the requirement for the city secretary to keep a list of registered voters prepared by the county elections administrator.
Read this article by Community Impact Newspaper for a list of all the propositions on the ballot.
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