Sequim parks board vacancy opens

The Board of Commissioners of Clallam County Park & Recreation District No. 1 announced that it is accepting applications to fill a vacant position on the board.

Applications can be submitted in writing to Chair, Board of Commissioners, at the Sequim YMCA, 610 N. Fifth Ave.; or by email to the board clerk at clerksarc@gmail.com.

Applications must be received by Wednesday, Jan. 31.

Applicants must be registered to vote and must reside within the portion of the Sequim School District boundaries included within Clallam County.

This is a two-year term which expires in December 2019.

Interested persons should submit a written statement indicating their interest in the position as well as their background and relevant experience.

District No. 1 — a junior taxing district — is the governing board for the facility generally known as SARC, according to a news release.

The facility continues to be owned by the citizens of the district, is leased for operation and maintenance to the Olympic Peninsula YMCA and is referred to as the “Sequim Y,” according to the release.

Applications will be reviewed, and selected candidates will be interviewed by the board.

For more information, email the board clerk.

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