Committee Members The Committee is made up of seven members whose terms expire December 31, 2013.
The purpose of the group is to conduct a comprehensive review of the Charter and make recommendations in writing to the Commission on any changes that should be made to the Charter.
The final product will be a report that lays out the process followed, major issues, and recommended changes.
The committee will also provide opportunities for public input concerning possible Charter changes.
Mt. Lebanon's Home Rule Charter became effective on the first day of January, 1975. The last comprehensive review was done in 1994. The Commission appointed the advisory committee to review each section of the Charter and make suggestions as to possible modifications and improvements. The purpose of the committee is to conduct a comprehensive review of the Home Rule Charter and make recommendations to the Commission on any changes that should be made to the Charter. The process followed by the committee will be as inclusive as possible. The proceedings of the committee are open to the public and meetings are advertised in the paper and on the website. The committee will prepare a final written report for the Commission that summarizes the committee's work and gives the rationale for any proposed changes to the charter.