Not sure if you saw this one, but this is from today's paper, a story about the No. 7 proposed charter amendment. Click right smack here for some awesomeness.
Anyhoo, it reads in part:
It's a quirky law that deals with one of Knox County most controversial matters – term limits – yet it appears to be pretty much toothless.And now voters have the chance to get rid of, save taxpayers a couple of bucks and spare the Knox County clerk a few minutes of his time each year.At issue is proposed amendment change No. 7 that appears on Tuesday's ballot.It asks voters whether the county should no longer require the clerk each year to write to a number of top ranking elected officials, stating “the people's support of term limits at both the state and federal levels.”And yes – before you ask – Knox County Clerk Foster Arnette Jr. actually does it.“I don't want to be in violation of any law, no matter how small it may seem,” said Arnett, who had no idea the task would be part of the duties when he took over the office in 2000.No, none,” he said, chuckling.