Saanich seeks citizens for committees and boards

Saanich residents looking to get involved in local government are encouraged to send in an application

Saanich residents looking to get involved in local government are encouraged to send in an application to sit on a board or committee to represent Saanich.

Applications are being accepted for appointments to the Cemetery Trustees of Greater Victoria (three-year term); Tourism Victoria/Sales and Marketing Commission (one-year); Greater Victoria Library Board (two-year); Vancouver Island Regional Correctional Centre Community Advisory Board (one-year); and Victoria Family Court Committee (one-year).

For application information, visit saanich.ca or pick up an application from Saanich legislative services at municipal hall (770 Vernon Ave.).

The deadline to apply is 4:30 p.m. on Friday, Dec. 14.

kslavin@saanichnews.com

 

 

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