The Conservation District has an election…

The County Conservation District has an election between now & the 16th – here’s how it works:

The San Juan Islands Conservation District election for one position on the Board of Supervisors will be held on Tuesday, March 16, 2010.

There are two candidates running, Ed Kilduff of Lopez Island and incumbent Henning Sehmsdorf, also of Lopez Island. Candidate statements are published on the SJI Conservation District home page: http://www.sanjuanislandscd.org/

All registered voters in San Juan County are eligible to vote in the SJI Conservation District election.

Voters may vote in person on March 16, 2010 at the SJI Conservation District office, 540 Guard Street #150, Friday Harbor, between 10am and 2pm. Identification is required.

Voters may also vote by mail. Requests for mail-in ballots must be made by March 8, 2010 to Josie Byington, Election Officer, by e-mail: j.byington (at) sanjuanislandscd.org, by phone: 360-378-6621, or in person at the SJI Conservation District office, 540 Guard Street #150, Friday Harbor.

The San Juan Islands Conservation District is a local organization committed to protecting and enhancing the natural resources of San Juan County ecosystems for the future of us all. Your Conservation District is dedicated to providing natural resources education, information, and technical assistance free of charge to citizens of, and organizations, in San Juan County. Services offered by the San Juan Islands Conservation District include: water quality monitoring, habitat preservation, farm and forest plans, and low impact development.

Posted on March 3, 2010 at 10:32 pm by

Categories: Enviro Corner

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