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Peoria City Council was going to give voters five options in November—but took two away.

At a special meeting called July 9, council voted to rescind asking voters to increase the mayoral term from two years to three years and provide for cost of living adjustments for the mayor and council.

 On June 2, city council adopted five proposed resolutions, including the two that it rescinded five weeks later.

 The three other measures, involving vacancies and using a primary election only for city candidates, will remain on the November ballot.