Stow Mayor John Pribonic is seeking Stow residents who are qualified electors of the City and have an interest in improving the Stow City Government to serve on the City Charter Review Commission. The Charter Review Commission is a seven-member body that is seated every five years to review and recommend updates to the City’s Municipal Charter. It serves for a limited period of time, usually six-seven months, and meets weekly. Charter Review Commission members are appointed by the Mayor and confirmed by City Council.
The Charter Review Commission recommends to the Mayor and City Council any amendments to the Charter which it deems to be in the best interest of the public. All Charter amendments must be voted on by the Stow electorate.
The term for these voluntary positions on the Charter Review Commission commences in January 2020. For more information, or for an application for the Charter Review Commission, please contact the Mayor’s office at 330.689.2800.