Measure F: Riverside Absentee Voters Oppose Creation Of Environmental Panel

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Riverside election results posted just after the polls closed Tuesday showed absentee voters opting against the creation of an environmental panel. Voters were asked if they supported the creation of a new commission that sought to advise the mayor and City Council on environmental issues.

According to The Press-Enterprise, a local Riverside publication, the commission aimed to be a kind of "think tank that would bring together the many Riverside organizations and businesses with an interest in environmental issues."

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There was no argument submitted against creating the commission. However, the Greater Riverside Chambers of Commerce opposed Measure F because they felt it didn't belong in the charter, according to the report from The Press-Enterprise.

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