A petition filed in April by a group seeking to give city council members the opportunity to put items on the agenda for their weekly meeting contained enough valid signatures to propose a charter referendum to voters in Houston, the city secretary reported on Friday.
In a letter to Mayor Sylvester Turner and members of council, City Secretary Pat Daniel said her office verified that 20,482 petition signatures contained the names, signatures and other required information of registered voters living in Houston. . The legal requirement to get a referendum on the ballot is at least 20,000 valid signatures.
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