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City of Sequim news July 30, 2014

Sequim receives grant

The City of Sequim has received a $9,000 Growth Management Update Grant from Growth Management Services, a unit of the Washington State Department of Commerce, to support the completion of Sequim 120, the comprehensive plan update project.

“This grant provides very important funding to help us complete the public review draft of the Sequim 120 plan by the end of 2014,” said Community Development Director Chris Hugo.

The city has been contracting with the Rissee Group to assist city staff in the public outreach and development of the public review draft portions of the project. The Sequim 120 comprehensive plan update is expected to be adopted by the Sequim City Council in the spring of 2015.

Contact Hugo at 683-4908 or chugo@sequimwa.gov with questions.

City accepting applications

The City of Sequim is seeking applicants to fill a vacancy on the Civil Service Commission.

This voluntary commission meets the first Tuesday of each month at 8:30 a.m. and performs the duties established by state law in connection with the selection, appointment and employment of personnel at the Sequim Police Department.

The six-year term for this position expires Dec. 31, 2015. State law requires that appointees be a registered voter of Clallam County, a U.S. citizen and a resident of the City of Sequim at least three years immediately preceding their appointment to the commission.

Applications are available at the city office at 226 N. Sequim Ave. or online at sequimwa.gov.

This position is open until filled.

 

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