Clallam Conservation District election scheduled

Deadline to request mail-in ballots Friday

PORT ANGELES — The deadline to request a mail-in ballot for the Clallam Conservation District board of supervisors election is Friday at 4 p.m.

Registered voters who do not request a mail-in ballot can still vote from noon to 8 p.m. Friday, March 19, in Armory Square Professional Center, 228 W. First St.

Conservation districts are non-regulatory subdivisions of state government that help land users conserve natural resources.

Three of the five members board members are elected locally; the other two are appointed by the state Conservation Commission.

Scott Chitwood’s term expires this spring, and Lori DeLorm, Robert Majure and Nina Sarmiento seek to replace him.

For more information on candidates or to request a mail-in ballot, visit www.clallamcd.org.

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