On January 12, 2018, Rachael Maurer reported for KEZI:
There’s a growing push for more oversight within the City of Eugene. Two groups are battling to put measures on the May ballot that would elect or appoint a city auditor.
The first push, organized by volunteers in a group called City Accountability, is Measure 20-283. More than 13,000 people have signed up to support the measure, ensuring its spot on the ballot.
According to the group, they propose electing an auditor who would detect and prevent fraud, improve services, and reduce risk exposure. …