Claremont voters can expect charter commission question
“There will be a question on the ballot asking voters if they want to create a charter commission,” City Manager Guy Santagate said Monday.
Voters will also be electing charter commission members who would sit on the commission, if established.
“We have nine people running to become members of the charter commission,” Santagate said.
The city charters sets out the rules for which the city government runs.
Santagate said there are no specific changes for which the commission is being formed, but that it is a good time to review the charter.
Any changes to the city charter the commission proposes would go before the public for a vote.
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