Charter Review Commission Holds Public Meetings to Propose Charter Changes

GOLF MANOR (Update: 8/2/2018) – The Village of Golf Manor operates in the State of Ohio as a Charter form of government. The Charter is the guiding document that allows for operation of the Village and from time to time requires review for updating of certain specific components.

Mayor Greg Schwartzberg has appointed a Charter Review Commission which will meet to consider several changes to recommend to Council to place before the Village electorate at this coming November  6, 2018 election. The Commission will meet at 6 PM DST on the following dates:

• July 16
• July 30
• August 20

Appointed members of  the Commission are Mayor Schwartzberg, Village Administrator Ron Hirth, Council Member Danny Kneipp, Council Member Sharon Chaney, and resident Bob Harper. Solicitor Terry Donnellon will guide the group through the review process. It is anticipated that changes to the Charter will be presented to Council for consideration at the regular August 27, 2018 meeting.

These meetings are open to the public and residents are encouraged to attend.

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