Lynnwood City Council appoints representatives

  • <br>Enterprise staff
  • Monday, March 3, 2008 6:40am

LYNNWOOD — At the first regular meeting of the month Jan. 13, council members were appointed to represent the council on a variety of boards and commissions.

Council president Loren Simmonds will serve on the tourism advisory committee and is the liaison to the library board.

Council vice president Marty Nelson was appointed as the representative on the City Center board and will be involved with the Lynnwood Public Facilities District board. Nelson is also the alternate for the disability board, the Community Transit board and the audit and insurance committee.

Council member Don Gough will be the liaison to the city’s diversity commission and festival fund committee and the alternate to the SNOCOM (911 dispatch center) board.

Council member Ted Hikel will be the liaison between the council and the planning commission and will also be involved with the city’s audit and insurance committee. Hikel will also be involved with Snohomish County Tomorrow.

Council member Ruth Ross is the liaison to the historical and arts commissions and the audit and insurance committee. Ross is also the council’s representative on the SNOCOM board and the alternate on the SERS (800 megahertz radio system) board. Lynnwood Police Chief Steve Jensen is the city’s primary representative on the SERS board.

Council member Jim Smith will serve as the representative of the council on the county’s Health District Board and will be on the city’s disability board.

Council member Lisa Utter will continue on the Community Transit Board and also represent the council as the parks and recreation liaison and as the alternate for Snohomish County Tomorrow.

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