The Rosenberg Charter Review Committee with its newly-elected board, will select officers at its meeting on Tuesday.
The meeting will begin at 5 p.m. at City Hall, located at 2110 Fourth St. Meetings are held as needed in the council chambers.
In June, new members were appointed to serve on the committee. The charter review committee is composed of a five-director board.
Three of the members, including all current officers, are appointed by the Rosenberg City Council, and the remaining two members are council members. Council member Richard Olson and Rosenberg residents Ted Garcia and Dr. Larry Wilkinson are the newest committee members. Council member Jacob Balderas and resident Deborah Hauger also serve on the committee.
Membership is undefined and under council’s discretion. After being sworn in, committee members will select a chairperson and vice chairperson.
In other business, committee members will discuss the timeline for making recommendations to council in order to meet deadlines for the 2020 municipal election ballot.
Listed are the following dates for the Charter Review Committee timeline: Dec. 17 regular council meeting: Provide recommendations to council for any proposed charter amendments for the May election.
Jan. 14 regular council meeting: Council takes action for any charter amendments to be placed on the May ballot.
Feb. 4 regular council meeting: Council orders the May 2020 municipal election and authorizes the city secretary to post a notice of election. Committee members will also discuss priority amendments that need to be made to the city charter.
The purpose of the committee is to review the city charter and make recommendations to council for possible charter revisions to be placed on the ballot for voter approval.