North Bend now taking nominations for Citizen of the Year award

North Bend is a great place to live, work, and play thanks to the efforts of many citizens, any of whom could be named the city’s Citizen of the Year, with your nomination.

  • Wednesday, November 29, 2017 12:47pm
  • Life

The city of North Bend is seeking nominations for its 2017 Citizen of the Year award.

The Citizen of the Year is an individual or business that has gone above and beyond to make North Bend a better place to live, through professional or volunteer efforts, or by an extraordinary contribution to the community.

“We want to honor those who have shown, through their initiative and actions, that they truly care about the community,” said Mayor Ken Hearing.

To nominate someone for the award, send a letter detailing what the person/business has done for the community and why they deserve the award by Monday, Dec. 20, to City Administrator Londi Lindell. Send nominations by e-mail to llindell@northbendwa.gov, by regular mail to City of North Bend, P.O. Box 896, 211 Main Ave. N., North Bend, WA 98045; or dropped off in person at City Hall.

Nominators should include their own daytime telephone numbers, as well as the nominees’.

This year’s winner will be announced at the Jan. 16, 2018, City Council meeting.

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