The City’s online survey collecting your opinions of the recommendations of the Study Group on City Councils Terms and Compensation has completed and we have the results for you here.
The following are each of the survey questions and the results of those who agreed and disagreed with them.
– Livable Raleigh Editorial Team
City Council should transition from two-year to four-year terms.
- AGREE 27% 27%
- DISAGREE 73% 73%
City Council should adopt staggered terms whereby all district City Council members are elected one side of the cycle, and the Mayor and all At-Large City Council members are elected on the other side of the cycle.
- AGREE 41% 41%
- DISAGREE 59% 59%
Increase total compensation for Mayor from $27,550 to $45,911.
- AGREE 58% 58%
- DISAGREE 42% 42%
Increase total compensation for Council from $19,725 to $37,248.
- AGREE 57% 57%
- DISAGREE 43% 43%
City Council should increase its size to nine by adding one district seat.
- AGREE 76% 76%
- DISAGREE 24% 24%
City Council should increase its size to nine by adding an At-Large member.
- AGREE 33% 33%
- DISAGREE 67% 67%