We'll start our detailed look at the Charter now
It's scary, it's bad, it's . . .
Section 103 says (Highlights identify the areas of CM4RG concern on their link (3 Oct):
It's unchanged from what we do now
More fear and loathing
But, there are more monster fears in this boilerplate. Section 202 says:
An ordinance requires notice, two public hearings and a 30-day “referendum” period before the ordinance is effective, however a resolution requires no notice, is effective immediately and not subject to referendum.
That's not scary, and it's not changed
What are they
Resolutions are non-binding, unenforceable, statements made by municipalities’ legislative bodies. They’re used to state a position. Resolutions related to Section 202 might be changing the meeting time or place next month. According to the fear mongers, the Council might get away with changing the meeting time and no one could start a referendum against the change. That will be the same under the Charter.