Charter Review Committee (CRC) meeting agendas can be found here


Port Charter Review Committee

The Charter Review Committee (“CRC”) consists of 10 members appointed by the Port Commissioners (2 each) who are charged with reviewing and recommending changes to the Port Charter.  

Click here to review the current Port Charter.  

To contact the CRC, you may e-mail:*

The 2023 CRC members are: 
  • District 1 (Allender): Robi Roberts, Ilene Davis
  • District 2 (Loyd): Stan Retz, William Chivers
  • District 3 (VanVolkenburgh): Robyn Hattaway, Andy Barber
  • District 4 (Markey):  Marcus Herman, Jeff McLean
  • District 5 (Justice): Bob Baugher, J. Cole Oliver
CRC meetings are noticed and open to the public, with opportunity for public comment.

Scheduled CRC meeting dates and times can be found here

Rules of Procedure of the Port Charter Review Committee (as adopted on February 8, 2023) click here 

All rules regarding public comment are applicable as per CPA POL-2016-001-EXE-3, “Public Participation and Conduct at Board Meetings” (copies available upon request).  
1)   During live scheduled meetings, public comment may be made in person in the Commission Meeting Room of the Maritime Center located at 445 Challenger Road, Cape Canaveral, Florida 32920.
2)   Written public comment can be e-mailed to*  E-mailed comments received by 5:00 P.M. on the business day immediately prior to a scheduled meeting will be displayed and read into the record verbatim by CPA staff during the CRC meeting and become part of the permanent record of the meeting.  When providing public comment via e-mail, please include your name and city of residence at the beginning of your message, and identify if you are speaking about a specific agenda item or providing a general comment.  E-mails, when read aloud, shall not exceed three minutes.
*Under Fla. Stat. § 668.6076, electronic mail addresses are public records. If you do not want your electronic mail address released in response to a public records request as provided in Florida Statute Chapter 119, do not send electronic mail to this entity.  Instead, contact this office by telephone or in writing.