Sequim-area resident Robert Beebe is the apparent winner of the 2014 Clallam Conservation District Board of Supervisors election.  Mr. Beebe was the only candidate to file candidate information and a valid nominating petition by the February 20, 2014 candidate filing deadline, thus the only candidate eligible to be elected. The State Conservation Commission will certify the election results when they meet in May.

Five positions comprise the Conservation District Board of Supervisors. Each serves a three-year term of office without compensation. Registered Clallam County voters elect three of the positions.  The Washington State Conservation Commission appoints the other two positions, neither of which is open this year.


The goal of the PIC plan is to better coordinate both water quality monitoring and clean-up efforts among area agencies and organizations.  The PIC plan will include a water quality monitoring plan to identify specific problems caused by nonpoint source pollution, identify specific measures to correct them, coordinate outreach and education efforts,clearly define when and how enforcement action should be taken, and include a plan for stable funding.

Click here for more information on the PIC Plan including planning meeting notes, agendas for upcoming meetings, and more.