All five of the charter questions are minor in nature and warrant a favorable vote:
Question A allows applicants and county workers to appeal appointments, promotions and disciplinary actions. Question B makes the charter consistent with state law in regulating allowances for council members and the county executive.
Question C empowers the ethics commission to let county employees own stocks or have business connections under certain circumstances.
Question D requires all bonds to be sold at public sale unless the council determines that a private sale is more beneficial. Question E allows county bond issues to be sold at a discount in the marketplace, making them more attractive to investors.