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The Charter Review Committee (CRC) is a group of county council-appointed citizens tasked to conduct a comprehensive review of the Los Alamos County Charter and provide options and recommendations to the council for potential changes.
In the past year, the committee completed a review of the charter for “consistency and clarification” improvements that resulted in 11 recommendations to council, followed by approval of all by the citizens at the recent election.
The CRC also addressed a charge from council to review the issues associated with two petitions for amendments to the County Charter that addressed voting by citizens on large capital projects and on the petition process. We have done the first half of this and submitted a report to council on ways to enhance public involvement in the capital projects process. We are presently working on the part related to the petition process as well as other substantive issues.
There are four active subcommittees of the CRC addressing the Charter.
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