Charter Review Committee records
Scope and Contents
Documents the work of the various Charter Review Committees. Records include committee and subcommittee minutes, agendas, outreach and promotional records, rosters, amendment proposals and development documentation, public hearing records, background research, and related records.
- 1960 - 1990
- Event: 2001-02-08
- Digitized: n.d.
- Multnomah County (Or.). Board of County Commissioners (Organization)
- Multnomah County (Or.). Home Rule Charter Review Committee (Organization)
Biographical / Historical
The Multnomah County Home Rule Charter provides that every six years, a Charter Review Committee (MCCRC) will be convened for the purpose of making a comprehensive study of the Charter and, if it chooses, to submit Charter amendments to the voters of Multnomah County. The charter is the local version of a constitution, essentially creating the structure of Multnomah County government.
The MCCRC is charged with a study of the Charter by all appropriate means including open hearings and meetings, the taking of testimony and interviews. The MCCRC will present a report to the people and the Board of County Commissioners that includes their findings, conclusions, and recommendations including any amendments the MCCRC proposes to the Charter. All amendments proposed by the MCCRC will be submitted to the voters of Multnomah County at the 2022 primary or general election.
The MCCRC is comprised of electors selected by the state senators and representatives of their senatorial districts. Its meetings are open to the public.
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Language of Materials
Records are arranged chronologically.
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Method of Acquisition
From accessions 1977-074-01, 1978-090-01, 1994-002-01, and 1992-091-01.
- Terry Baxter
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