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NYC Charter Revision Commission (Online) Town Hall
While NYC might not have direct democracy, it does have a Charter Revision Commission. This commision gives the people the power to rewrite the City’s constitution. In an era where democracy seems under attack, over the course of 24 months, NYC will have hosted TWO Charter Revision Commissions! This town hall will be open for you to ask questions via YouTube live and a Slido link (to be published). Read more about the Charter Revision Commission via BetaNYC's blog. < https://beta.nyc/2018/09/19/nyc-charter-revision-commission-and-you/ >

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## What is BetaNYC

BetaNYC envisions an informed and empowered public who can leverage technology, design, and data to address their problems and hold government accountable.

We are dedicated to civic technology, smart communities, & open government. We are a nonpartisan good government community using technology, design, and data to empower individuals and local communities, provides for an honest and efficient government, and build a civically‐engaged ecosystem.

BetaNYC is building a connected NYC, by the people, for the people, for the 21st Century.

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