People in Charlottesville will soon be able to voice their opinions on the creation of a human rights commission.
Charlottesville's Human Rights Task Force is gearing up for its first community forum Wednesday. The 11-member group was appointed by city council in March to study the need for a commission in Charlottesville.
Council will decide whether to create a permanent commission after the meeting.
David Ellis, with the human rights task force said, "This task force [is] to update their neighbors and others about what they've been doing - what they've learned thus far and its really going to be an opportunity to provide an opportunity to continue to improve the quality of life in Charlottesville."
The task force is tracking complaints and will follow up on the outcomes. The meeting will take place at Buford Middle School starting at 6:00 p.m..
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