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Charter Review Commission
Daytona Beach’s charter, the governing document that outlines how the city operates, is required to be reviewed every 10 years by a committee made up of residents. City commissioners appointed members and alternates to serve on the Charter Review Commission (CRC).

At the CRC's first meeting on January 15, the volunteer board selected a chair and a vice chair for the process.

Who serves on the Charter Review Committee (CRC):
 Appointee                 Alternate       Representing
 Gary Libby Ruth Trager  At Large
 Blaine Lansberry Ed Savard  Zone 1
 Glenn Ritchey (Chairman) Dan Bolerjack  Zone 2
 Kelly Kwiatek Jill Pennington  Zone 3
 Thomas Leek Christi McGee  Zone 4
 Dr. Willie Kimmons (Vice Chairman) Tony Barhoo  Zone 5
 Roland Blossom John Huger  Zone 6
Staff liaison: Public Works Director Ron McLemore

CRC's Mission Statement:
The Daytona Beach Charter Review Commission has been convened to determine what changes, if any, can be made to the city charter to make it consistent with current law. The Charter Review Commission may also provide recommendations for amendments to the charter that the commission believes could enhance the integrity and performance of our city government in its pursuit of the quality of life that our citizens desire.

What will the CRC do?
It is the task of the Charter Review Commission to examine the city’s existing charter and make recommendations for changes, additions or deletions.  Any recommended changes will be presented to the City Commission for authorization on June 18, 2014 and two public hearings will be established for public input. Upon approval, a referendum is held where amendments are presented to the electorate for final adoption.  The amendments will be placed on the ballot at the next general election on November 4, 2014.

Final Report of the Charter Review Commission
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Proposed amendments
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Public input
The public's involvement is essential to the process and is encouraged. The CRC will hold meetings in locations throughout the city.

Want to receive updates?
Residents can sign up to automatically receive charter-related email and/or text message alerts.

Click here to send written comments to the CRC via the staff liaison.

Agendas, Minutes & Videos
Agendas are available prior to the meetings.
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Minutes are available following approval.
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