On November 4, residents will vote on two proposed changes to Mt. Lebanon’s Home Rule Charter. One change would make the charter’s language gender neutral. The other would expand the ways in which the municipality can advertise public notices.
To learn about the Home Rule Charter Committee, why the committee recommended several changes to the charter and how the first two proposed changes will be worded on the ballot, please visit the following sites:
County Elections Bureau’s description of ballot language
Final Report of Home Rule Charter Committee
Mt. Lebanon’s current Home Rule Charter
Home Rule Charter Q&A
Mt. Lebanon Magazine Article, October, 2014