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County seeks 15 volunteers for boards, commissions

Spokane County is looking for 15 volunteers to fill vacancies on boards and commissions.

Some of the openings are available to residents throughout the county, while others are limited to certain areas.

Positions available throughout the county include: two on the Fair and Expo Advisory Board and one each on the Boundary Review Board, Civil Service Commission and the Health Sciences and Services Authority, for someone with a business, academic or scientific background.

Also: one each on the Solid Waste Advisory Committee (for a business person), the Historic Landmarks Commission and the Parks and Recreation Advisory Committee.

Another parks committee opening is limited to residents of commissioner district No. 1, and another landmarks commission opening is limited to a representative of Spokane’s central business district.

The Planning Commission and the Shooting Advisory Committee each have a vacancy in commissioner district No. 2.

In district No. 3, two positions are available on the Citizens Emergency Communications Systems and Facilities Advisory Committee.

Also, a Millwood resident is needed for the Housing and Community Development Advisory Committee.

More information on the vacancies and an application form are available by clicking on the “Boards and Commissions” link on the county commissioners’ page on the Spokane County website: www.spokanecounty.org/commissioners.

A map of the commissioner districts also is available on the commissioners’ Web page.

For more information, contact Ginna Vasquez at (509) 477-2265 or gvasquez@spokanecounty.org.

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