Term limits – yes or no?
Yes a county executive, county council member, mayor, or city council member should stand down from his or her position after two four-year terms.
On the other hand, no, a person who has been mayor for eight years should not be barred from running for city council.
A person who has been a city council member for eight years should not be barred for running for mayor.
A person who has been in office should be allowed to come back and run again after sitting out for four years.
Tensions build up when a person has been in office over a long period of time time due to inevitable personality conflicts.
No one is indispensible. It is good for a city for new people to come in and start fresh.