Charter Review Commission

The Charter Review Commission studies and reviews the operation of the County government.  The commission may propose amendments or a new charter to the voters at any general or special election which it deems necessary or desirable.

The Commission consists of seven at-large members appointed by the Mayor and confirmed by the County Council to staggered three year terms. The Charter Review Commission sunsets on December 31, 2016.

At the November 8, 2016 General Election, the voters of the County of Kauai voted to establish a permanent Charter Review Commission. (Article XXIV, Section 24.03, Kauai County Charter)

For more information about the duties and responsibilities of the Charter Review Commission, please refer to Article XXIV, Section 24.03. Kauai County Charter.

For more information about Charter Amendments, please refer to Article XXIV, Section 24.01. Kauai County Charter.

Meeting Time/Location: 3:00pm, 4444 Rice St., Pi`ikoi Building, Ste. 300, Lihue, HI 96766, 4th Monday of each month

For more information on upcoming meetings, please refer to the calendar on the Boards and Commissions home page.


  • Coty Trugillo - Chair
  • Jaclyn Kaina - Vice Chair
  • Bronson Bautista
  • Reid Kawane
  • Lori Koga
  • Jan TenBruggencate
  • La`akea Chun

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