Vacancy opens on board formerly known as SARC

SEQUIM — The Clallam County Park & Recreation District No. 1 has a vacancy after a commissioner moved out of state.

Commissioner Chuck Nagel moved out of the state in mid-December, opening up a position on the commission that oversees the facility formerly known as the Sequim Aquatic Recreation Center (SARC).

The facility at 610 N. Fifth Ave. continues to be owned by district residents and is leased for operation and maintenance to the Olympic Peninsula YMCA.

This is a two-year term that expires in December 2023. Applicants must be registered to vote and must reside within the portion of the Sequim School District boundaries included within Clallam County.

The board meets quarterly and may also meet on occasion in special sessions.

Interested persons should submit a letter of interest, a brief background and any relevant board experience to the board clerk at [email protected], by Feb. 15.

After applications are reviewed, selected candidates will be interviewed by the commissioners.

For more information, email to [email protected]

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