Changes may soon be coming to the town's rulebook.
The Southington Town Council on Monday will look to establish a Charter Revision Commission during their regular business meeting, with a five member panel expected to be created in order to review the policies and procedures designated under the Southington charter.
It's the second time since 2009 that the community will see potential changes, with the council forming a committee in January 2009 after a petition led to the formation of a panel.
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That panel had recommended two changes including one which would require the Southington Town Manager to work under a contract. Although the council developed a contract when Garry Brumback took over for former Town Manager John Weichsel in 2011, there is no requirement in place for it.
The council had unanimously voted against both previous recommendations following the last charter revision.
The council will take up the issue tonight at 7 p.m. at the Municipal Center, 200 N. Main St. in Southington. The meeting is open to the public.
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