Northshore Utility District Board of Commissioners has an opening

Applications are now being accepted after the passing of Commissioner Don Ellis.

Northshore Utility District logo

Northshore Utility District logo

To fill the vacancy created by the passing of the late Northshore Utility District Commissioner Don Ellis, the District will accept applications to fill his position until Monday, July 26, 2021.

State laws require that the remaining members of the Board of Commissioners appoint a replacement to fill his position within 90 days. The appointed candidate will serve until the next regular election in which Commissioners are elected and must successfully stand for election in November 2023 in order to serve the remainder of Commissioner Ellis’s term which ends December 31, 2025.

Northshore Utility District is a special purpose district formed under title 57 of the Revised Codes of Washington. The District is governed by a Board of five Commissioners. Acting as a body, the Board sets policies to guide the operations of the District. The office of Commissioner is elected at large for a six-year term.

This is an opportunity for those who are interested in public service to serve the community. All candidates must be registered voters residing within the District. Minimum time commitment for this opportunity is about 100 hours per year. If you wish to be considered for this position, please send your resume and a cover letter to:

Human Resource Specialist

Northshore Utility District

6830 NE 185 th Street

Kenmore, WA 98028

The letter should include a statement of interest and highlight relevant experience. Only applicants received before July 26, 2021 will be considered. Selected applicants will be invited for public interviews. The Board of Commissioners will make the appointment by August 25, 2021.




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