City Positions And Elected Offices Reviewed In Lewisburg Charter Revision Working Session

By Robert Bordelon

Carefully considered revisions to the city of Lewisburg's charter were the subject of a working session of the Lewisburg City Council on Monday, March 26.

A charter is a formal, foundational document on which a government or organization is built. Lewisburg City Council and Mayor John Manchester looked to create a system with the best chance of sustainability in drafting revisions to the charter, attempting to more appropriately distribute the powers of each office and position within the city government and to better clarify lines of separation between each office, positions, and employee.

Read more in the Tuesday, March 27, edition of The West Virginia Daily News.


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