The 15-member Charter Review Commission is tasked with reviewing the county’s home rule charter approved by voters in November 2014
VANCOUVER – The Clark County Charter Review Commission at its June 30, 2021, meeting appointed Sherwood neighborhood resident Bridget McLeman to fill an open at-large seat on the commission.
The term begins immediately and ends Dec. 31, 2021, at the latest. The position is one of the three at-large positions on the commission.
McLeman’s work experience includes serving as the Regional Director of the Children’s Home Society. She is an active volunteer serving on the Clark County Community Action Advisory Board; Sherwood Neighborhood Association; Neighborhood Association Council of Clark County and Chair of the Outsiders Inn Board. McLeman earned a bachelor’s degree in organizational development, a master’s degree in social foundations of education and a PhD in education policy.
The 15-member Charter Review Commission is tasked with reviewing the county’s home rule charter approved by voters in November 2014. This will be the first review of the county’s charter. Any changes to the charter that the review commission recommends would go to a countywide vote in a general election.
The commission meets 5-7 p.m. on Wednesdays. Meetings are held virtually on Webex and shown on CVTV channel 23/323 and www.cvtv.org.
Information on submitting public comment to the commission and participating in public comment during a WebEx meeting is on the county’s website at https://clark.wa.gov/county-manager/meetings-agendas-archives.
More information on the commission is on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/clarkcountycharterreview2021.
Information provided by Clark Co. WA Communications.