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BY ELAINE GOODMAN
Daily Post Correspondent
Under threat of a lawsuit, Belmont may become the latest city in California to switch to district rather than at-large elections — meaning residents would have a say in electing only one of five city council members.
City Council could decide on Nov. 9 to move forward with district voting. And tomorrow, the council will decide whether to spend $180,000 on a consultant to help with the process. The consultant …
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Is there really racial polarization in Belmont? Who is saying that?