Voters favored three of four Lewisville City Charter amendments based on final votes

A ballot being cast.
Propositions A, B, and D saw broad support, while a majority of voters were against Proposition C. (Courtesy Adobe Stock)

Propositions A, B, and D saw broad support, while a majority of voters were against Proposition C. (Courtesy Adobe Stock)

Voters approved three of the four Lewisville City Charter amendments based on final vote tallies.

Proposition C, which sought to eliminate the requirement that members of the Planning and Zoning Commission own property in the city of Lewisville, was not approved, with 54.4% against it.

Proposition A gained 85% of the vote. It will add another seat to the City Council, bringing the total up to six, and increase the number of council members needed to conduct city business. The measure is tied to the proposed annexation of the Castle Hills community later this year.

Proposition B gained 73.7% of the vote. This proposition makes the city’s budget deadlines the same as those used by the state, effectively simplifying the process.

Proposition D was favored by 64.8% of voters. It removes the council’s power to distribute duties to city staff, thereby clarifying that as a power of the city manager.


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