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Now is the time to apply to serve on Plymouth Charter Commission

Post Date:04/10/2019 8:23 am

The City of Plymouth is seeking applicants to fill several seats on the Plymouth Charter Commission. Seats will be open until filled, but preference will be given to applicants who apply by May 10.

Residents with an interest in local government, including its structure and operations, are encouraged to submit a letter of interest. 

The chief judge of the Fourth Judicial District will make appointments. Letters of interest and/or resumes should be sent to:
Honorable Judge Ivy Bernhardson
Fourth Judicial District Court
Hennepin County Government Center
Minneapolis, MN 55487-0422

The Charter Commission is an independent body that works on issues related to the Plymouth City Charter. The Charter defines city government structure and operations. 

For more information about the commission or the process, call City Clerk Sandy Engdahl at 763-509-5080.

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