NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT an appointed supervisor’s position with the Pacific Conservation District is up for re-appointment by the Washington State Conservation Commission.

The Washington State Conservation Commission appoints two positions to the Pacific Conservation District. Victor Niemcziek’s appointed term will expire May 2013. If you are interested in applying for the appointed position, you may secure the “Recommended for Appointment Supervisor” form from the Pacific Conservation district by calling (360)875-9424 or the State Conservation Commission at (360)407-6200.

Conservation Districts are subdivsions of State Government that are directed by boards of five volunteer supervisors, three of whom are elected and two who are appointed. Supervisors direct district staff to provide technical assistance to landowners and are partnered with the Federal Natural Resources Conservation Service for additional assistance.

To be eligible to hold a Supervisor’s position, a candidate must occupy land within the Conservation District boundary or be in possession of land within the district, as an owner, lessee, renter or tenant. A candidate must also be a qualified county elector and registered voter.

District Supervisor’s represent land users and the general public in directing renewable resource conservation programs. They identify local conservation needs, set goals and oversee the implementation of plans to protect soil, water, wildlife and other renewable natural resources. Pacific Conservation District employes three fulltime positions and multiple fulltime temporary positions.

For more information of District’s open supervisors position, please call Megan Martin at (360) 875-9424. More information about the District can be obtained by emailing The application deadline is June 12, 2013. Pacific Conservation District.

Published May 15 and May 22, 2013

Legal No. 176-13

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