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PROPOSITION NUMBER 6Those for the referendum feel that by not allowing businesses to open on Sunday it impacts their freedom to operate a business. They believe that by allowing commerce on Sunday, more businesses will open, giving residents (and others) more shopping options. They feel it will increase the tax base. They claim they do not wish to impose their values on others, that "to shop or not to shop" is an individual's prerogative, but must be allowed.
A Referendum Placing Before the Voters of Highland the Issue of Whether to Approve or Reject an Ordinance Allowing Businesses to Operate Seven-Days-a-Week.
On July 17, 2012 the Highland City Council passed Ordinance 2012-12 which removed certain restrictions regarding the days of operation for businesses within Highland. The Ordinance amended the Municipal Code to allow businesses to operate seven-days-a week, except between the hours of midnight and six a.m. A voter desiring to vote in favor of the ordinance which allows businesses to operate seven days a week should mark "For." A voter desiring to vote against the ordinance should mark "Against."
[Here's is what appears on the ballot]
Proposition 6 - Sunday Closing Referendum (Vote for One)