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Applications Being Accepted for Hamilton's Charter Review Commission

The City of Hamilton is looking for 9-15 community members to serve on the Charter Review Commission. This board meets as needed until the November election, and candidates should be available to meet during or after the workday on Mondays when the board is convened. The deadline for applications for the Charter Review Commission is February 12th, 2020.


The Charter Review Commission is established by the Charter of the City of Hamilton, Ohio under Section 18.11. The purpose of the Commission is to evaluate the entirety of the City’s Charter and make recommendations to City Council regarding any potential amendments. City Administration may bring items forth for the Commission to review and decide if these recommendations should be submitted to City Council. Once submitted to City Council, Council will either amend the proposals further or vote on them as presented. Any proposed amendments passed by City Council will be submitted to the voters at the November 3, 2020 General Election for consideration. The only qualification to serve on this Commission is that the applicant must be a resident of the City of Hamilton.


Download the Application Here