Voters set term limits for Calif. city council

03/6/2013 | Los Angeles Times (tiered subscription model)

West Hollywood, Calif., voters have approved a limit of three four-year terms for City Council members. "Measure C ensures that West Hollywood has a mechanism in place to bring fresh perspectives and new energy to the council," resident Lauren Meister said. "It opens the door to broader public participation in the legislative process in our city, which benefits everyone." Four of the five councilors have held their positions for more than 10 years, and only two incumbents have ever lost an election in the city's history.

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