[I received this email from Bob Turner]
After 10 months of interviews, hearings, surveys, data gathering, research, and a town meeting, the Saratoga Springs Charter Review Commission has released a draft of their proposed charter for Saratoga Springs. The draft represents the current thinking of the Saratoga Springs Charter Review Commission. The Charter Review Commission is interested in getting feedback from the community to assist it in its deliberations.
The Commission will hold a public forum on Wednesday, March 29 at the Saratoga Springs Public Library Community Room from 7-8:30. The Commission will be making a short presentation on the proposed charter and then open the meeting to feedback from the public on the proposed charter. Commission Chair Bob Turner said, “We want to hear what the public has to say.” Citizens who cannot attend the meeting can send their suggestions to the Charter Review Commission via email at email@example.com.
A copy of the draft charter, minutes, and documents are available on the its website https://saratogacharter.com/. Copies of the minutes and agenda are also available on the Saratoga Springs city website http://www.saratoga-springs.org/2144/Charter-Commission
2 thoughts on “Saratoga Springs Charter Review Commission Releases Draft Charter”
I reviewed the draft and found many areas that have drafting issues. If Tony reviewed this, he did a lousy job!
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I had a draft, so I rolled this up and stuck in into it.