City Council tables vote on consolidation charter commission
On the motion of City Councilman Sam Barone, the Batavia City Council tonight put off a vote on forming a commission to create a new charter for a consolidated Batavia.
At the 7 p.m. business meeting, the council had been scheduled to vote on a resolution scheduling a public hearing in order to form a new charter commission.
The commission would have four members appointed by the city along with four appointed by the town.
There was no discussion of Barone's motion to table the vote for now. His motion passed 5-4.
UPDATE: After the meeting, Barone said he thought the current city charter review process should be completed before the city embarks on a new charter process for the proposed consolidation.