Bemidji Charter Commission seats open for application

Applications for two city charter commission seats opened on April 1, for two year terms that would begin in June.

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BEMIDJI — Two seats on the Bemidji Charter Commission are now open for application. The commission is a body of eight individuals that oversee and recommend changes to the city’s charter.

Any eligible voter in the city of Bemidji can seek an appointment to the Charter Commission by submitting their application to the City Clerk, applications will then be reviewed by the Chief Judge of the 9th District Court for consideration of appointment.

The application period is open until 4 p.m. on Friday, April 29, 2022. Applications are available at City Hall or on the city website .

Appointees would be required to attend the Charter Commission Annual Meeting at 6 p.m. on Wednesday, June 22, at City Hall.

Members of the Charter Commission serve for four years, effective June 1 of each year. For more information contact the City Clerk at (218) 759-3570 .

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