On January 8, 2018, in the Eugene Weekly blogs, reporter Max Thornberry writes:
A ballot measure aimed at creating an independent city auditor for Eugene now has competition.
A new group announced Jan. 8 that it is petitioning the city to pass a charter amendment to compete with an initiative measure, already on the May ballot, to create a Eugene city auditor completely independent of the City Council.
Citizens for Sensible Oversight will present the new proposal at a Jan. 8 Eugene City Council public forum at Harris Hall. Petitioners intend their measure to compete with City Accountability’s Measure 20-283 for an independent, elected city auditor. …