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Charter Change Proposal for Elections & Voting Rights Town Hall Dec. 2
November 7th, 2017
Charter Change Proposal
for Elections and Voting Rights
Saturday, December 2, 2017
2 pm to 5 pm
Rehoboth Beach Volunteer Fire Company
2nd Floor Meeting Room
219 Rehoboth Avenue
The public is invited to attend this meeting that will feature:
- Information on the proposed charter change for elections and voting rights.
- Public comment, questions, and answers.
The Rehoboth Beach Commissioners at their workshop meeting Monday, November 6, revised the proposed charter changes relating to voting rights for municipal elections. At their regular meeting Friday, November 17, the Commissioners continued to discuss substantial proposed charter changes that would allow individuals owning 50% or more of an artificial entity that owns property in the city to vote, would revise the durational residency requirement for resident voters from 6 months to 30 days, would revise the durational property ownership requirement for non-resident voters from 6 months to 30 days, and would adjust the requirement to remove from the voter rolls anyone who hasn't voted in two consecutive municipal elections. The city's current practice of allowing voting by the creator and trustee of a revocable trust who owns city property under the trust will remain unchanged. Additional detail about the proposed changes is available at:
For the meeting agenda, please visit cityofrehoboth.civicweb.net/portal. If you are unable to attend the meeting, please contact the Communications Department to share your ideas and concerns at 302-227-2772 or [email protected].