DECISION 2012: Brevard Ballot Amendments and Referenda
By Space Coast Daily // September 23, 2012
POLITICS – DECISION 2012
BREVARD COUNTY, FLORIDA – The items below are scheduled to appear on the November 6, 2012 General Election ballot. See the 2012 Candidates page for information on candidates.
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2012 Amendments and Referenda
Last updated 9/18/12
The items below are scheduled to appear on the November 6, 2012 General Election ballot. See the 2012 Candidates page for information on candidates.
State Constitutional Amendments and Referendum
(Voted on by all registered voters in Florida)
Palm Bay Referenda
Shall the City Council of the City of Rockledge, Florida, be authorized to grant, pursuant to Section 3, Art. VII, of the State Constitution, property tax exemptions to new businesses and expansions of existing businesses?
Satellite Beach Referenda
DELETING REFERENCES TO PLANNING AND ZONING BOARDS; AMENDING COUNCIL AUTHORITY REGARDING BOARDS.
Shall Satellite Beach delete Sec. 4.02(b), (c) and (d) of its Charter which currently establish and define certain duties of Comprehensive Planning Advisory Board and Planning and Zoning Advisory Board and eliminate city council as planning and zoning board; and amend Sec. 4.02(a) of Charter governing general authority of City Council to establish and abolish boards, committees, agencies and advisory groups, as well as providing generally for membership and removal of members from such bodies?
REQUIRING 4/5 VOTE BY CITY COUNCIL TO RAISE REVENUE SOURCES ABOVE RATES IN PRIOR BUDGET.
Shall Satellite Beach amend its charter to require a supermajority (4/5) vote to approve any increase in ad valorem millage rate, non-ad valorem assessments or public service tax rates in excess of the current rate as well as to approve the imposition of new non-ad valorem assessments or public service tax rates?