Charter Review Commission (CRC) meetings will be broadcasted live via FMTV when possible, however, for dates that conflict with other meetings taking place at Town Hall, those meetings will be recorded for viewing the next day or as soon as possible.
All meetings are open to the public and participation is encouraged.
Process Notation: The Charter Review Commission (CRC) will discuss and consider proposed Charter amendment items at the 6/30 public hearing meeting and will make recommendations accordingly. Those recommendations will be discussed and considered by Council on July 18th (when the CRC plans to present their report). At that time Council will provide feedback relative to those recommendations, or any new items of their choosing, followed by taking official action on those recommendations, as warranted, at the August 15th Town Council meeting. That action is considered calling the election and will authorize which items, if any, should be placed on the ballot for the November 8th election. Only the Town of Flower Mound voters have the authority to change the Charter by voting on any of the proposed amendments as presented on the ballot in either a general or special election. The last day, by statute, to call a November election is August 22nd. Once a Charter election is held, the municipality may not have another Charter election for two years.
Most meetings are scheduled for 6:00 p.m. with the location of meetings varying between Town meeting rooms. Check posted agendas for locations nearer to time.
Thr, April 7 (Fire Station #1)
Thr, April 28 (Town Hall)
Thr, May 12 (Town Hall)
Thr, May 26 ( Public Library)
Thr, June 9 (Town Hall)
Tue, June 21 (Town Hall) - PUBLIC HEARING
Thr, June 30 (Town Hall) - PUBLIC HEARING
Wed, July 6, 10:00 a.m. (Town Hall) - Tentative
The following links are documents that have been provided by Town staff to the CRC for the purpose of providing background information or general research for various discussion items:
1. Town Charter
2. Texas Home Rule Charters - Second Edition published by the Texas Municipal League
Benchmark City Charters:
8. Highland Village
12. North Richland Hills