The Indian Hill Charter was first approved by Indian Hill voters on December 16, 1941 and has been amended five times with the last time being in 1999. The Charter acts as the City’s constitution. This year, Indian Hill Council created a Charter Review Subcommittee to assess the entire Charter to evaluate and make recommendations which assist in making municipal operations more efficient while also bringing the Charter format up-to-date.
Since September, the Indian Hill Charter Review process accomplished the following:
- The Charter Review Subcommittee met with the Law Committee to review its recommended changes.
- Council highlighted the Charter Review process at the Community Forum.
- Council held its first reading at the September 23rd Council meeting. Click below for the following information: