North Peninsula Building Association executive director resigns after fewer than three months on job
By Rob Ollikainen
Peninsula Daily News
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Coppola, who started July 29, resigned Oct. 15.
DelaBarre said the association is advertising for a new executive director.
He declined further comment.
Coppola could not be reached for comment Tuesday.
A former Port Orchard mayor, Coppola had been commuting from Port Orchard to the association's office in Sequim.
He replaced former North Olympic Building Association Executive Director FaLeana Wech, who became communications and public relations director for the Building Industry Association of Washington last summer.
Wech started with the North Peninsula Building Association in February 2009.
The association, which represents builders and associates of the building industry, has more than 275 members, according to its website, www.npba.info.
“The organization's members are committed to fulfilling the mission of advocating constant improvement of building and business practices to provide quality construction in our community,” the website says.
Reporter Rob Ollikainen can be reached at 360-452-2345, ext. 5072, or at email@example.com.
Last modified: October 23. 2013 7:17PM