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Board Member Elections

Thurston Conservation District provides a unique opportunity for qualified citizens to help serve our community and advance conservation practices by serving as board members for the District. Board members represent the public and are responsible for setting and maintaining overall District policies and programs regarding the management and conservation of natural resources within the District.

The successful candidate will become part of a volunteer five-person Board of Supervisors, who serve without compensation.  The Board is responsible for setting and maintaining overall district policies and programs regarding the management and conservation of natural resources within the district.  Nominees must be registered voters and a Thurston County landowner or operator of a farm within the Thurston Conservation District boundaries, which excludes residents within the 1948 boundaries of Yelm, Tenino and Rainier.

 

 


UPDATE:

THE ELECTION FOR A BOARD SEAT ON THE THURSTON CONERVATION DISTRICT,
SET FOR MARCH 25, 2014 AT THE THURSTON CONSERVATION DISTRICT,
2918 FERGUSON STREET SW, SUITE A, TUMWATER WA, HAS BEEN CANCELLED.

 

 THE INCUMBENT, JOSEPH TREACY KREGER, HAS BEEN AUTOMATICALLY RE-ELECTED BY REASON
OF BEING THE ONLY PERSON FILING FOR THE POSITION BY THE DEADLINE.

 

THEREFORE, NO POLL SITE OR ABSENTEE BALLOTING WILL BE PERFORMED.

 

 

FOR MORE INFORMATION CONTACT THE DISTRICT AT 360/754-3588360/754-3588

 


     

 

Conservation District Elections Policy Manual

 

What It Means to be a District Supervisor



For more info, please contact

kathleen Whalen at kwhalen@thurstoncd.com

or 360-754-3588360-754-3588 ext 114