North Bend Parks Commission taking applications through Jan. 26 for vacant seat

  • Wednesday, January 17, 2018 3:39pm
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The city of North Bend is now taking applications for a member of the city’s Parks, Recreation, and Beautification Commission, Position 2. The seat open for applications has a term expiring Dec. 31, 2021.

The Parks, Recreation, and Beautification Commission consists of six members, each serving four-year terms, plus a youth member serving a one-year term. The commission is an advisory body providing guidance on meeting the parks, recreational, and beautification needs of the city, and meeting every other month on Wednesday evenings.

Anyone who lives within the city limits can apply. Application forms are available at City Hall, 211 Main Ave. N., or online at http://northbendwa.gov/DocumentCenter/View/5372. To request an application form to be mailed to you, call the City Clerk at (425) 888-7627.

Return completed applications to the City of North Bend, Attn: City Clerk, P.O. Box 896, North Bend, WA 98045 or by email to soppedal@northbendwa.gov, by Friday, Jan. 26.

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