Builder seated on Island County planning board
By JUSTIN BURNETT
Whidbey News Times Staff reporter
June 12, 2012 · Updated 2:39 PM
A Camano Island man has been appointed to the Island County Planning Commission.
James Hall of Dallman Road was selected by the Island County Commissioners Monday to fill the District 3 position 1 seat. It was previously occupied by William Lippens, who resigned in May after taking a job out of state.
The planning commission is a nine member advisory body that makes recommendations to the commissioners in matters concerning growth and development. All positions carry a four-year term.
Hall has been a builder for more than 20 years and is the current president of the Camano Island Builders Association. His appointment to the planning commission was decided by unanimous vote.
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