Lawrence voters in November 2024 will vote on one question that actually decides a lot more questions: Should we directly elect a mayor? Should the Lawrence City Commission expand to 6 members? Should they be elected by districts?
Lawrence city commissioners on Tuesday decided not to put a question on voters’ November ballots asking if they want to directly elect a mayor.
Lawrence city commissioners on Tuesday will resume a discussion on the city’s form of government and whether to ask voters if they want to directly elect a mayor.
The Lawrence City Commission on Tuesday is set to decide whether to ask voters if they want to directly elect a mayor, and if they want to elect six commissioners by districts.
A community engagement meeting to discuss a proposed city government restructure drew significantly more public interest than the last meeting, and most public commenters indicated they were in favor of making changes.
City leaders need feedback from the public in order to decide whether to ask voters if the local government should be restructured to directly elect a four-year mayor and to elect commissioners by districts.
The chair of a city task force examining Lawrence’s form of municipal government shared some context and background on the latest episode of the Lawrence Talks! podcast.
The people of Lawrence should directly elect a mayor to serve a four-year term and six city commissioners broken down by districts, according to the city government study task force.
A task force recently formed to study the city’s form of government will have its […]
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