City of Bellaire general & special election results

City of Bellaire, Mayor

City of Bellaire, Councilman - Position No. 1

City of Bellaire, Councilman - Position No. 3

Gus E. Pappas

City of Bellaire, Councilman - Position No. 5

City of Bellaire, PROPOSITION A

Amendments to the City Charter for consistency with the general laws of the State of Texas.

City of Bellaire, PROPOSITION B

Amendments to the City Charter requiring a public process to be followed by City Council for a determination as to whether an existing Council Member is still qualified to hold office.

City of Bellaire, PROPOSITION C

An amendment to the City Charter replacing the existing Council compensation structure with a flat monthly stipend and allowing the Council to change the stipend provided that any increase would have to be ratified by a majority of the voters.

City of Bellaire, PROPOSITION D

An amendment to the City Charter relating to investigations by Council to increase the maximum fine for failing to obey a subpoena from Council.

City of Bellaire, PROPOSITION E

Amendments to the City Charter to clarify language which, as currently expressed, is ambiguous.

City of Bellaire, PROPOSITION F

An amendment to the City Charter authorizing vacancies in City Council to be filled as authorized by the Texas Constitution.

City of Bellaire, PROPOSITION G

An amendment to the City Charter authorizing the City Manager to sign all contracts approved by City Council as is consistent with the current form of government.

City of Bellaire, PROPOSITION H

Amendments to the City Charter which require the City to borrow money in compliance with State law.

City of Bellaire, PROPOSITION I

Amendments to the City Charter to create efficiencies and remove provisions redundant with the authority provided for in State law as to financial administration.

City of Bellaire, PROPOSITION J

Amendments to the City Charter deleting sections of the Charter as unnecessary and to create greater efficiencies.

City of Bellaire, PROPOSITION K

Amendments to the City Charter requiring the number of signatories necessary for an initiative election to be a percentage of the registered voters in the City for consistency.

City of Bellaire, PROPOSITION L

Amendments to the City Charter requiring the number of signatories necessary for a recall election to be a percentage of the registered voters in the City for consistency.

City of Bellaire, PROPOSITION M

Amendments to the City Charter requiring the number of signatories necessary for a referendum election to be a percentage of the registered voters in the City for consistency.

City of Bellaire, PROPOSITION N

An amendment to the City Charter providing the citizens more time to gather signatures on referendum petitions.

City of Bellaire, PROPOSITION O

An amendment to the City Charter reducing the timelines for adopting franchise ordinances.

City of Bellaire, PROPOSITION P

An amendment to the City Charter deleting transitory provisions.

City of Bellaire, PROPOSITION Q

An amendment to the City Charter authorizing nonsubstantive revisions such as renumbering, gender neutrality and correcting grammatical or typographical errors.

City of Bellaire, PROPOSITION R

An amendment to the City Charter making all sections of the City Charter gender neutral.

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