December 31, 2012

Public hearing set on Waterville charter

By Amy Calder
Staff Writer

WATERVILLE -- Residents on Thursday will have a chance to give input on issues related to the city charter.

The public hearing will be at 6 p.m. in the council chambers at The Center downtown.

The new charter commission is charged with determining if changes should be made to the current charter to improve it. A charter is like a local constitution which governs how the city operates.

Residents on Thursday may recommend issues the commission should focus on in its deliberations.

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