Exterior of Mercer Island City Hall. File photo

Exterior of Mercer Island City Hall. File photo

12 new board members, commissioners appointed at city council meeting

There is still one unfilled vacancy on the arts council, however.

  • Monday, June 8, 2020 12:37pm
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Earlier this spring, the city of Mercer Island invited residents to apply for positions on several volunteer advisory boards.

These boards and commissions rely on community involvement to help improve the overall livability of Mercer Island. Appointments to six boards and commissions were made by the city council at the June 2 regular meeting.

Board members typically spend approximately 10 hours a month on various duties. Twelve new or continuing assignments were made for the following roles:

The full list of new assignments can be found at http://www.mercergov.org/files/B&C%202020%20Appointment%20List.pdf.

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