The Roots of San Bernardino Charter Section 186: A Political Perspective In Two Posts
March 12, 2014 Leave a comment
As San Bernardino looks to review and possibly reform its existing charter, last adopted in 2006, this is one in a series looking back at how the City of San Bernardino arrived at this point.
In the last item, the voters of the City of San Bernardino approved (by three votes) a charter amendment in 1939 that guaranteed minimum raises to certain members of the police department.
A more in-depth look at the political background is found elsewhere, including the political roots of Charter Section 181-A, and the fiscal effect of San Bernardino Charter Section 181-A on the 1939-40 fiscal year budget of the City of San Bernardino.
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