City seeks help on two committees

The city of Bainbridge Island is seeking volunteers to serve on two citizens advisory groups.

The Utility Advisory Committee seeks a new member after Bob Bosserman, resigned in June. The committee advises the city council on issues surrounding the city’s storm, water and sewer utilities.

Three islanders have already stepped up to sit on the committee, however, two of the candidates were not found to be acceptable by council members during previous interviews for the committee.

A volunteer is also needed for the Design Review Board that assists the city’s planning commission, as well as the planning department, on land-use applications. The board also weighs in on the city’s design guidelines.

Islanders who have experience with urban design, public art and property development are encouraged to volunteer.

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