...Councilwoman Melinda Katz from Forest Hills says she is conflicted.
"I've always been a long opponent of term limits," she said.
But she says she's listening to her constituents before she takes a definite stand.
"It's on both sides," Katz said. "Some folks really just don't like the way it happened – the process, the vote. But some of the same folks would like to have the choice on who to vote for next year."
Meanwhile, in the district right next door, City Councilman Thomas White's constituents are also conflicted.
White did not speak to NY1 Sunday, but he's described himself as undecided. White is still in his first term, so he is eligible to run again regardless of the council's decision.
Many Council Members Still Undecided On Term Limits Bill
Katz, however, is coming to the end of her second term, and the decision to change term limits could have a ripple effect on her political future.
"I am a candidate for New York City comptroller, and at the moment, Comptroller Bill Thompson says he's running for mayor," she said. "I spent over two years getting prepared to run for that office and so I'd be excited to be able to do that. And, after that, we'll have to see."