Charter Revision Commission

The Charter is the governing document for the City of Pontiac.  It is our city’s constitution.  In August 2021, Pontiac voters approved a proposal to establish a charter commission to revise the city charter that was created in 1982.  In May 2022, Pontiac voters elected nine residents to serve as Charter Commissioners.  State law allows the Charter Revision Commission up to three years to revise the Charter.  The Charter Commission will have to complete its revision no later than August 2024 since voters approved the establishment of a charter commission in August 2021.
Meeting Notice
A special meeting of the Pontiac City Charter Revision Commission will be held on Thursday, June 13, 2024 at 6 p.m. in the Council Chambers in City Hall
Click here for the official notice
PROPOSED CITY CHARTER

The Charter Revision Commission has completed its work on a new City Charter. A special election will be held on Tuesday, August 6, 2024, where Pontiac residents will be asked to adopt the Proposed City Charter.
Click here to view the Proposed City Charter


Meetings
The Charter Revision Commission typically meets on the fourth Thursday of each month with exceptions in November and December. The meetings are held in the City Council Chambers at City Hall, 47450 Woodward Avenue, on the second floor.

Click here to download meeting agendas and minutes
Click here for the Charter Revision Commission Handbook

Membership: Elected 

Meeting Times: As announced

City of Pontiac Charter Commission Cover PictureMembers:

  • Tameka Ramsey, Chairperson
  • Kermit Williams, Vice Chairperson
  • Norbert Burrows
  • Gill Garrett
  • Bryan E. Killian
  • Lucy Payne
  • Scott Stewart
  • Bruce Turpin
  • Jose Ybarra III