2018 Proposed Charter Amendments from the City of Palm Coast
There will be three proposed charter amendments presented to City of Palm Coast voters in the 2018 General Election. These items were approved in April and will appear on the General Election ballot in November for all voters who reside within the city limits of Palm Coast. Each item will be followed by a voter selection of Yes or No.
- CHARTER AMENDMENTS TO UPDATE OUTDATED AND TO CLARIFY AMBIGOUS CHARTER PROVISIONS.
Shall the Charter be amended (1) to remove outdated portions of the Charter, (2) to replace the current legal boundary description with a general boundary statement, and (3) to revise requirements for consistency with state laws.
- CHARTER AMENDMENT TO REVISE THE CHARTER REVIEW PROCESS TO INCLUDE AN ADVISORY CHARTER COMMITTEE.
Shall the Charter be amended to eliminate outdated language regarding an initial Charter review, to include an appointed Advisory Charter Review Committee in the Charter review process, and to require a Charter review at least once every ten (10) years.
- CHARTER AMENDMENT REVISING HOW TO FILL A VACANCY IN THE OFFICE OF A COUNCIL MEMBER.
Shall the Charter be amended to provide that a vacancy in the office of a council member be appointed within 90 days unless the vacancy occurs within 6 months of the next regularly scheduled election?