City Council OKs Concept of Permanent Watchdog for Riverside Government


A proposal to create an inspector general’s office with the goal of ferreting out fraud, waste and abuse in Riverside city government will be put before voters in 2024, as a proposed amendment to the City Charter.

The Riverside City Council voted 4-3 Tuesday to submit the question to residents in the March 2024 primary election, based on recommendations from the Charter Review Committee.

The proposal was first considered as a potential ballot measure in the November general election, but the council decided the timing wasn’t right because some of the finer details related to the inspector’s budget and other matters had not been resolved.



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