On October 3, 2006, the Fort Collins City Council adopted on second reading Ordinance No. 137, 2006, (the "Annexation Ordinance"), which annexed to the City property known as the Southwest Enclave Annexation. The Southwest Enclave consists of approximately 2.7 square miles, generally bordered on the north by Harmony Road, on the south by Trilby Road, on the west by South Taft Hill Road, and extending approximately one-quarter mile east of College Avenue. On November 9, 2006, a petition signed by a sufficient number of registered electors was submitted to the City Clerk seeking the repeal of the Annexation Ordinance. On December 19, 2006, the City Council referred the Annexation Ordinance to the registered electors of the City at this election, as permitted by the City Charter. Shall the Annexation Ordinance be repealed?
Shall Article VIII, Sections 5 and 7 of the Fort Collins City Charter be amended to change the composition of the Board of Elections from the City Clerk and two registered electors to the City Clerk, Chief Deputy City Clerk and Municipal Judge, and to make minor amendments regarding the Board's certification of election results?
Shall Article XI, Section 5 of the Fort Collins City Charter (Franchises and Public Utilities) be amended to eliminate leases and other rights from the existing twenty-year limit on the length of franchises, leases and other rights that the City can grant to private persons or entities to use the streets or public places or property of the City, so that only franchises will be subject to this twenty-year limit?