After months of legal battles-- the Chattanooga City Council looks to amend their charter on recalls.
This comes after the effort to recall Mayor Ron Littlefield showed disparities between the city and state requirements.
The city is hoping to adopt the state's charter-- so they can all be in agreement if this was to happen again.
" It would change the city charter to comply with the state law provision which say it takes 15-percent of the registered voters to file a petition for a recall that would result in a recall election," says City Attorney Mike McMahan.
"But we need to clarify what it is that we're going to use as the minimum requirement for the number the of petition signatures that would be asked for," says Councilwoman Deborah Scott.
Some council members hope they can adopt legislation that will also require reasoning for a recall.
A meeting is scheduled for next Tuesday at 1pm to discuss the issue on recalls further.