City looking for citizens to serve on Compensation Commission

The City of Edmonds is seeking up to three individuals to fill openings on the Citizens’ Commission on Compensation of Elected Officials. The positions are non-paid, volunteer positions. All appointees must be at least 21 years of age, a registered voter and must be a resident within the city of Edmonds.

This seven-member advisory Commission meets every other year on a periodic basis, at a mutually agreeable time, at Edmonds City Hall. Board members serve for a four-year term and are eligible for reappointment. The Commission’s duties include reviewing the salaries and benefits of the City’s elected officials and preparing an advisory recommendation for the City Council’s deliberation. The Commission seeks to establish realistic compensation so that citizens of the highest quality may be attracted to public service.

Interested Edmonds residents may pick up an application at the reception desk in the City Hall lobby, located as 121 5th Ave. N.,  or fill in and download an application from the city website. Deadline for application is 4:30 p.m., Feb. 3.

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