City Charter Review Committee
The Charter serves as the City of Vancouver’s constitution and guides its structure and operations. The Charter requires that a committee of 15 citizens meet every five years to review the charter and recommend changes to the City Council. The committee last met in 2013.
More information about the City's Charter Review Committee.
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Review of April 17th Notes, Review of Recommendations, Public Comment on Recommendations, Review of Report to Council, Final Approval of Recommendations and Report
Review of April 10th Notes, Priority #6 - Calculating Mayor & Council Salaries, Priority #5 - Sending Charter Recommendations Directly to the Ballot, Priority #7 - Post Service Employment, Priority #8 - Full Reading of Ordinance
Review of March 13th Notes, Priority #2 - Initiative & Referendum -Approve Wording Change, Priority #1 - Safe Seat Run, Priority #3 - Board & Commission Structure, Priority #4 - Administrative Clean_Up, Review of Remaining Schedule
Historical Perspective on Initiatives, Review of March 6th Notes, Priority #2 - Initiative & Referendum, Priority #1 - Safe Seat Run