Bainbridge city council appoints two members to Design Review Board

The Bainbridge Island City Council has reappointed Laurel Wilson and appointed Bob Russell to the Design Review Board.

The council unanimously approved the appointments at Tuesday’s regular meeting.

Russell will fill the Position 1 spot and Wilson will retain the Position 2 spot, with both terms lasting through June 2023.

The city received three applicants for the available positions: Russell, Wilson and Megan Marshall.

Currently, the Design Review Board consists of Wilson, Joseph Dunstan, Vicki Clayton, Shawn Parks, Todd Thiel and Michael Loverich, with Mayor Leslie Schneider as Council Liaison.

Visit www.bainbridgewa.gov/229/Design-Review-Board to learn more.

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