Doylestown residents will be voting in two weeks on the village’s first-ever charter.  If approved on November 8th, the charter will reimagine the village’s executive branch of government by creating the position of village administrator.  Under the proposed charter, the mayor and village council will remain elected positions, while the administrator will be appointed by council members.  To pay for the new position, the village would eliminate its Board of Public Affairs and lower the mayor’s salary. A public forum about the charter will be held tomorrow night, from 7-8pm, at the Gene Daniel Community Center.