Commissioner Pay, Mayoral Term Limits Among Issues That Will Be On Miami Beach Ballot
Miami Beach city leaders stewed over nine ballot measures Wednesday, ultimately deciding to place six questions before voters in November, killing three other measures.
Ballot items that drew the most discussion during Wednesday’s City Commission meeting dealt with new term limits for the mayor, higher compensation for the mayor and city commissioners, and greater flexibility in filling commission vacancies.
Miami-Dade County, which prints the ballots, requires cities to decide on ballot measures by Sept. 6. Wednesday’s meeting was the commission’s last regular meeting before August recess.
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