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Letter: Charter Commission wants citizen input on council numbers

The city of Duluth Charter Commission has been studying the number of city councilors between district councilors and at-large councilors under the present charter sections.

The city of Duluth Charter Commission has been studying the number of city councilors between district councilors and at-large councilors under the present charter sections.

The purpose of this study is to determine whether it is appropriate for the Charter Commission to recommend a change in the overall number of city councilors and/or recommend a change in the number of district and at-large city councilors.

Based upon the Charter Commission's study, wholesale changes or no changes at all may be recommended.

The Charter Commission will be meeting at 5 p.m. Wednesday, April 9 in the City Council Chambers, third floor of City Hall, and will gratefully accept written and oral comments for the public.

Comments can also be sent to chartercommission@duluthmn.gov or c/o City Clerks Office, 330 City Hall, 411 W. First St., Duluth, MN 55802.

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Further information, including audio (MP3 format) of past meetings, can be found at www..duluthmn.gov/city/clerk/chartercomm.htm .

This is a crucial opportunity for the Charter Commission to hear from members of the public.

Please come share your thoughts on this important topic.

Cynthia Albright

President of the city of Duluth Charter Commission

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