Council will decide board and commission appointments

April 27, 2010

By Staff

City Council members will appoint members to 12 city boards and commissions May 3.

The appointees will shape the way Issaquah develops, and advise officials about everything from growth to the environment to public art.

The council had been scheduled to decide on the appointments April 19, but some council members had trouble accessing a section of the city website with information about the applicants. The difficulty prompted the council to delay the decision until the next meeting, to allow officials time to review the information.

The city issued a call for applications in January. Candidates faced interviews with board and commission members. Mayor Ava Frisinger followed the recommendations from boards and commissions officers, and recommended the list to the council for approval.

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