Assembly Constitutional Amendment No.3. Amends section 7 ½ a of Article XI of Constitution. Provides a method by which any county, regardless of population, having one or more incorporated cities within its boundaries, may frame and adopt a charter for a consolidated city and county government having same boundaries as the former county. (Present constitutional provision excludes counties having less than 200,000 population from the right to adopt such a consolidated government, and permits establishment of a city and county government for area comprising only a portion of the former county.)
Popular Vote Results
Y: 793050; A: 47.2; N: 887235; B: 52.8
Assembly Constitutional Amendment
Frederick Peterson, Member of the Assembly, Twenty-ninth District
Henry P. Meehan, Member of the Assembly, Seventeenth District
CONSOLIDATED CITY AND COUNTY GOVERNMENT California Proposition 14 (1936).