MAYVILLE – The Chautauqua County Charter and Administrative Code Review Commission will be holding another meeting Wednesday to continue discussing its recommendations for changes to the county charter.
Among the changes currently being considered is changing the term-length for county legislators from two to four years.
Another would involve the reapportionment process, including making a determination on who would sit on the redistricting committee and also the process for finalizing a reapportionment plan. The committee is responsible for making recommendations for new legislative district lines every ten years, based on the latest census data.
And the commission is also considering adding new language to the charter that would include the salary for the county executive, county sheriff and county clerk.
The Commission will meet at 5:30 PM, Wednesday in Room 331 of the Gerace Office Building in Mayville. The meeting is open to the public.