The collection consists of agendas, reports, action summaries, and final proposed charter pertaining to the Sacramento Ad-Hoc
In 1971 the Sacramento City Council and the Sacramento County Board of Supervisors appointed the Sacramento Charter Commission
(originally known as the Citizens Committee on Local Government Reorganization) to study potential consolidation of Sacramento
city and Sacramento county governments. An ad-hoc committee was formed to prepare a charter to consolidate the City and County
of Sacramento. Although the charter was approved by the voters, it was eventually rejected.
2.5 Linear feet
(2 record cartons)
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