To review the
Home Rule Charter and propose any amendments or revisions that may be advisable for placement on the general election ballot.
The Charter Review Commission will be meeting over a period of about 18 months in order to produce any proposed amendments to the Charter.
The final product developed by the Charter Review Commission will need to be in place by the end of May 2024 for transmittal.
During the 18 or so months the commission will be meeting, the meetings are expected to be monthly with the exception of July, when there will not be a meeting.
The last Charter Review Commission was in 2015-2016.
The county charter states the commission must meet every eight years.
Any proposed Charter amendment or revision that receives an affirmative vote of three-fifths (3/5) approval of the entire membership of the entire Charter Review Commission shall be submitted to the County Commission for its consideration for placement on the November 2024 ballot. Any proposed Charter amendment or revision that receives four-fifths (4/5) approval of the entire membership of the Charter Review Commission shall be placed directly onto the November 2024 ballot by the County Commission.