CAMDEN — At its September 13 meeting, Camden’s Charter Commission voted unanimously (8 -0, with 1 absent) to approve their Final Report and their recommended revisions to the 40 year-old Town Charter.
On September 21, Camden’s Charter Commission presented the Final Report to the Select Board for inclusion in the Town Warrant. The revised Charter is now ready to be voted on by the citizens as Article 4. Citizens can vote at the Public Safety Building on November 2 or earlier by requesting an absentee ballot from the Town Office.
The Charter Commission will hold a public information meeting on October 13, at 5:45 p.m., in French Conference Room to answer any questions about the proposed revised Charter.
The Charter Commission urges Camden voters to visit the Town Website to read the full draft of the revised Charter and a “Highlights” document that outline the major revisions.