The purpose of the workshop is to develop the commission’s work plan
VANCOUVER – The Clark County Charter Review Commission will hold a workshop on Wed., March 3, at 5 p.m.
The purpose of the workshop is to develop the commission’s work plan including the plan for public involvement and to identify topics to consider as potential charter amendments.
The commission is seeking specific input on the review process, public involvement process desired, and topics for amendment prior to the workshop to develop the work plan. Input can be provided by submitting written comments into the record for commission consideration at https://clark.wa.gov/county-manager/charter-review-commission-public-comment. The commission encourages residents to submit written comments into the record throughout the review process.
The public can follow the proceedings of the workshop by:
- Watching live on CVTV channel 23/323 or stream at www.cvtv.org
- Listening to audio only by calling: 1 (408) 418-9388, meeting access code: 187 340 8820
The 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.
The 15 commission members were elected in the Nov. 3, 2020, general election. Any changes to the charter that the review commission recommends would go to a countywide vote in a general election.
Information on the Charter Review Commission including recordings of previous meetings can be found on the county’s website at https://clark.wa.gov/county-manager/charter-review-commission-overview.
Information provided by Clark Co. WA Communications.