By PE News
on February 15, 2011 9:56 PM

The Murrieta City Council tonight backtracked on how it will carry out two voter-approved ballot measures.

In a surprise move, the council voted to revisit measures C and D and enact them exactly as they appeared on the November ballot. Measure C imposes two-term limits on city council members and Measure D limits their pay and benefits to 15 percent of the city’s median family income. Two weeks ago, the council passed ordinances that implemented the measures, but in ways that irked their proponents.

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