The commission will serve as a citizen advisory board tasked with promoting “inclusion, equity and mutual respect among community members.”

The seven-member board is empowered to host educational events and tasked with updating city officials on “changing societal conditions.” The commission will recommend ways the city can make its services more inclusive and accessible and will publish an annual report of its activities.

Five voting members, serving staggered three-year terms, will join two ex-officio seats to be filled by the city manager and a city councilor appointed to the role. The group will meet at least quarterly.

Laramie City Council Votes to Establish the Laramie Human Rights and Relations Commission

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