November 12, 2019
The Ordinance approving the election of a Charter Commission is set
for the third reading and approval at the Council meeting November 18.
Officially then, I am announcing that we will have a Charter
information public meeting at 7:00 PM the following night, November
19. The meeting will be held in the Village Council Chambers at 10
West Scioto Street.
Although there may be some level of community interest in forming a
charter, the reality is that this meeting is being promoted in order
to solicit members for the commission. No actions will be taken. No
selections will be made. No laws will be passed, etc, etc.
Individuals have to file for office using Board of Election Form 3-P.
There is a $35 filing fee.
Commission members will be elected by ballot at the Primary Election
on March 17, 2020.
The Commission will probably meet twice per month starting in April.
Days/dates/times TBD. Attendance is not arbitrary.
The Commission has one year to complete the work of presenting a
proposed Charter to be accepted by Village residents.
After the November 18th meeting, I will start sending information to
the persons who by that time are committed to the process.
Any questions you have for me will be answered TO ALL unless it is
indicated as private.
Calling All Hometown Hero’s!
The VOCP is proud to partner with the Pickaway County Visitors’ Bureau and Welcome Center and the Attract Tourism Foundation, Inc with the Hometown Hero Project. Honor your favorite Active/Reserve Duty Service Member by the purchase of a banner which will be proudly displayed in your hometown and throughout Pickaway County. Please click the flyer for more detail.
Hometown Hero Kick Off
Thank You to the Community and Village for the first cycle kick off of the Hometown Hero Banner Project! Thank you to the Utility Department for hanging the banners. The next cycle cut off date is December 31st. Thank you to all of our residents that serve, past, present and future!