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Cincinnati Charter Review Task Force Begins Getting Feedback

Cincinnati Charter Review Task Force Begins Getting Feedback

(Cincinnati) The Cincinnati Charter Review Task Force will host a public discussion about what city residents perceive to be the successes, shortcomings and dysfunction in Cincinnati city government and how these issues relate to city charter reform at a forum to be held Monday October 20th at 6:30 p.m. at the Clifton Cultural Arts Center. The public is invited to attend with free parking available at the CRC lots next to the building. Task Force leaders will explain the process for examining and proposing reforms to the city charter. Future public forums focused on specific issues will be announced.

The Charter Review Task force was created by Cincinnati City Council but it functions independently and without public financial support.  Chairman Mike Morgan said a report should be ready for city council by Spring. He said the Task Force plans on holding about 6 to 8 more public discussions. Morgan said the report will then be used by the community to forward needed changes in the city charter.
 
 

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