BOARD OF SUPERVISORS APPOINTMENT OPPORTUNITY
The Clallam Conservation District is pleased to announce an opportunity to contribute to conservation and your community by serving on the Board of Supervisors. Supervisors are public officials who direct the activities of the conservation district and, although they serve without compensation, Supervisors are eligible to be reimbursed for appropriate expenses. Five positions comprise the Conservation District Board of Supervisors, and each serves a three-year term of office. Registered Clallam County voters elect three of the positions. The Washington State Conservation Commission appoints the other two positions.
The appointed three-year term of Ben Smith expires in 2015.
To be considered for appointment to the Clallam Conservation District Board of Supervisors, an Application for the Position of Appointed Conservation District Supervisor form must be received by the Washington State Conservation Commission no later than March 31, 2015.
Election procedures, forms and information about the responsibilities and obligations of District Supervisors may be obtained at the Clallam Conservation District office or on the Washington State Conservation Commission website.
Don Hatler has been re-elected to the Clallam Conservation District Board of Supervisors. Hatler was the only candidate to file for the office. The filing deadline was January 29, 2015.
According to state conservation district elections rules (WAC 135-110-320), if the incumbent is the only eligible candidate to file for the position, no election is required. Polling, which had been scheduled for February 28, 2015, will therefore not be performed.
UPCOMING CLASSES, WORKSHOPS & PRESENTATIONS
PIC PLAN UPDATE
The PIC Plan is complete and is available for download here. Hard copies are also available at our office. Clallam County Environmental Health & Human Services will begin implementing a PIC pilot project in spring 2015. Stay tuned for more information!
HAY & SOIL PROBES NOW AVAILABLE FOR CHECK-OUT
Clallam County residents can now borrow our hay and soil probes. See our Soil Testing page for details.