All city meetings are canceled until further notice.
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The mission of the Minnetonka Charter Commission is to oversee the city’s charter, which is the city’s constitution.
- As an independent body, the charter commission represents citizen viewpoints and considers and recommends appropriate revisions to the charter, balancing the best interests of city government and the citizens.
- The commission is comprised of up to 15 members. Members serve four-year terms and are appointed by the chief judge of the Hennepin County District Court.
City Charter Turns 50
Originally adopted in November of 1969, Minnetonka’s city charter turned 50 in 2019!
Charter Commission Members
- Karen Anderson
- David Larson
- John Northrup
- Terry Schneider
- Brad Wiersum
- Linnea Sodergren
- LuAnn Tolliver
- John Cheleen
Charter Commission Membership
Appointments to the Charter Commission are made by Chief Judge Ivy S. Bernhardson. If you are interested in being considered for appointment to the commission, please provide your qualifications and request to:
Judge Ivy S. Bernhardson
Hennepin County Government Center
300 South Sixth Street
Minneapolis, MN 55487
Meeting Schedule, Agendas & Minutes
- Meetings are held when necessary.
- Agendas are posted to the table below prior to each meeting.