Talk:City commission government

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Cedar Rapids just voted to change the form of government.
JesseG 03:59, Jun 15, 2005 (UTC)

As such, I question whether including such a large section (relativevto the article length) about Cedar Rapids is really neccessary. They weren't the first to adopt it, nor were they the largest city to have the form when it was dropped. It really seems extraneous, and more appropriate for the Cedar Rapids article. It'd be more useful to mention when Gavelston dropped it, I believe. I'll wait to delete the section for comment, though.oknazevad (talk) 02:29, 26 May 2009 (UTC)

Florida Reference[edit]

I'm from Florida, and while I'm not that fimiliar with South Florida, I've never heard of any city government in the state operating with the commissioner form of government. I'm removing it as it was not sourced anyways. My guess is someone new to the area confused having a city commission as meaning it had the commissioner form of government. Frank0051 (talk) 03:21, 24 September 2011 (UTC)