Clallam: County charter panel approves redistricting, initiative process changes

The Clallam County Charter Review Commission tentatively approved charter revisions Thursday concerning redistricting guidelines and a “clear and detailed” initiative process.

The revisions will be sent to the Prosecuting Attorney’s Office for approval of charter amendment language.

The measures will be returned to the commission for final approval before being put on the November ballot.

The commissioners approved guidelines for redistricting County Commissioner districts and prioritizing the criteria for drawing boundaries.


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