Voters approved a home rule charter on May 15, 2004, establishing a Council/Manager form of government. The basic structure of the council-manager form of government is similar to that of a private corporation where the stockholders elect a board of directors which then hires a president to run the company. Under the council-manager plan, the voters elect a city council which, in turn, hires a city manager to administer the city's day-to-day affairs.
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Discover the boards and commissions that drive your local government. Find agendas, member information, and other meeting details.
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Royse City is a vibrant, diverse, and rapidly growing community comprised of caring and friendly residents and involved merchants.
The Royse City, City Secretary reports to the City Council and is a statutory position required by State Law and the City Charter. The City Secretary is the Records Management Officer for the city and is responsible for the management and preservation of the city’s records.