One would cap future city managers’ compensation at no more than 10 times the annual pay of
Another would require city officials to take contract disputes to binding arbitration, not the courthouse.
Finally, one of the amendments would lower the bar for putting proposed ordinances – approving utility rate increases, for example – to a public vote, or referendum.Stay on top of San Antonio news and views. Sign up for our Weekly Headlines Newsletter.
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