OK, Livermore voters.
The decision will be in your hands on whether to change the city's election cycle to an even-year format to help the city save money.
The San Jose Mercury News reports city council members on Monday unanimously approved a ballot initiative that will ask voters in November to change the city's election cycle and ditch the longstanding odd-year format.
The change would help the city save $250,000 per election cycle, according to the report.
Further details from the San Jose Mercury News report:
Voters will be posed two questions on Nov. 6, the first is whether they approve the switch and add an extra year to the current term of council members and the mayor. The second question will be, if voters do not approve an immediate change when an appropriate time would be to make the switch.
The non-immediate scenario would cost $750,000 total for the transition elections and the $250,000 savings wouldn't be realized until the 2018 election cycle.
View the full article on the San Jose Mercury News website.