Be Part of the Charter Review Commission

Posted March 17, 2017 in City Council by Anna Subler

Hilliard City Council is accepting letters of interest and resumes from those interested in volunteering for the City’s Charter Review Commission.

The Hilliard City Council has created a Charter Review Commission that will consist of eleven members. City Council will appoint nine members to the commission. The remaining two members will be the Mayor, or his designee, and a current member of City Council. Selected commission members shall be registered voters of the City of Hilliard, will serve without compensation, and can hold no other office or employment in the government of the City of Hilliard.

The Charter Review Commission is charged with the duty of reviewing the present Charter of the City of Hilliard for the purpose of recommending to City Council amendments, if any, to be submitted to the electors of the City for approval. When a final recommendation is submitted to Council, the Commission shall be dissolved. The Charter Review Commission will convene its first meeting within thirty days of appointment.

To apply, send letter and resume to Lynne Fasone, Clerk of Council, 3800 Municipal Way, Hilliard, 43026, or e-mail at:

The deadline for resume submission is 5:00 pm on Monday, April 17, 2017.

For more details on qualifications and the purpose of the Commission visit