PROPOSED CLAY COUNTY CONSTITUTION
On November 4th, 2019, the Clay County Commissioners came to a consensus agreement that a 12-member Constitution Committee would be considered and appointed at the Clay County Commission's next meeting, on November 18th, 2019. The Constitution Committee, made up of citizens of Clay County, will be tasked with seeking public input and developing recommendations from Clay County residents regarding a proposed constitutional charter form of government, which would require two instances of voter approval to adopt as set forth in greater detail on the "Frequently Asked Questions" page.
A constitutional charter county is one that possesses a unique set of laws that forms the legal foundation of its local system of government. If adopted, a Constitution would establish a new government structure and system for Clay County and its citizens, putting the power to solve governmental issues in the hands of the citizens of the County.
On this website you will be able to:
- view current versions of all legislation related to the Constitution process
- view the Constitutional Procedure timeline
- apply to serve on the Constitution Committee
- directly contact your elected Commissioners and the Clay County Public Service Team
CONSTITUTION COMMITTEE MEMBERS
|Greg Canuteson||Kay Peca||
|Kenneth Honeck||Tom Peca||David Slater|
|Myron Neth||Dee Rosenkrans||Jason Withington|
|Larry Whiton||Troy Schulte||Bennie Abbott|
RES 2019-374 - Introduced 11/04/19
Creation of Clay County Commission Constitutional Charter Committee
11/20/19 - Commissioner appointees named and published.
11/18/19 - Voted to adopt as amended.
11/04/19 - Voted to table legislation to be discussed 11/18/19 during Commission Session.