Park district passes 2016 budget and swears in new board members

The Vashon Park District passed its 2016 budget, swore in new commissioners and elected officers at its board meeting last week. The board, including outgoing commissioners Joe Wald and Bill Ameling, voted 5-0 to pass the $1.2million spending plan for next year. Details of the budget are available in the Dec. 2 issue of TheBeachcomber. After the budget vote, Karen Gardner and Bob McMahon took their seats on the board, and Scott Harvey,who was reelected, returned to his. Commissioners elected Gardner as the new chair, Doug Ostrom as the vice chair, Scott Harvey as the treasurer and Bob McMahon as secretary. A board retreat is slated for Saturday, Jan. 9; the next park board meeting will be at 7 p.m. Tuesday, Jan.12, at Ober Park.Park district passes 2016 budget and swears in new board members

The Vashon Park District passed its 2016 budget, swore in new commissioners and elected officers at its board meeting last week.

The board, including outgoing commissioners Joe Wald and Bill Ameling, voted 5-0 to pass the $1.2 million spending plan for next year. Details of the budget are available in the Dec. 2 issue of TheBeachcomber.

After the budget vote, Karen Gardner and Bob McMahon took their seats on the board, and Scott Harvey,who was reelected, returned to his. Commissioners elected Gardner as the new chair, Doug Ostrom as the vice chair, Scott Harvey as the treasurer and Bob McMahon as secretary.

A board retreat is slated for Saturday, Jan. 9; the next park board meeting will be at 7 p.m. Tuesday, Jan.12, at Ober Park.Park district passes 2016 budget and swears in new board members.




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