On Thursday, September 28th, 2017, the Charter Review Commission approved the below Financial Disclosure Summary. You can read it below or download it at this link.
Dear Fellow Citizens,
On November 7, 2017, the voters of Saratoga Springs will be asked to approve the Proposed Charter. This question will appear on the ballot:
Saratoga Springs Charter Review
Shall the new city charter proposed by the city charter commission be adopted?
Voters will be asked to vote Yes or No.
To help inform voters, attached is:
- A Cover sheet
- a brief summary of the Proposed Charter
- the Proposed Charter
Robert C. Turner, PhD
Chair, The Saratoga Springs Charter Review Commission
The Members of the Charter Review Commission
Ann Casey Bullock
Devin Dal Pos
Elio Del Sette
Matthew J. Jones
On Tuesday, November 7, 2017, the citizens of Saratoga Springs will vote on a ballot referendum to adopt a new city charter. You can read that document below or download a printer friendly PDF by clicking this link.
On Monday, June 26, 2017, the Saratoga Springs Charter Review Commission approved the current version of the charter they have been working on to be submitted for a public referendum on Tuesday, November 7, 2017. You can read that document below or download a printer friendly PDF by clicking this link.
The Subcommittee of The Charter Review Commission tasked with reviewing the current charter has submitted a report of their findings, which has been accepted by the whole commission.
The Saratoga Springs Charter Review Commission created two surveys. One was a candidate emergence survey that examined whether the form of government affects who runs for office. The second was a survey of City Hall employees. Below are copies of the surveys, presentations of the findings, and press releases or op-eds:
City Hall Survey