Mayor Durkan seeks members for four Landmarks Preservation Board positions

Mayor Jenny Durkan is looking for four new members to join the Landmarks Preservation Board. These positions are for the at-large, urban planning, history, and real estate sectors.

The Landmarks Preservation Board is made up of 12 members who review physical alteration or renovation proposals of designated features for landmark properties. The Board also makes recommendations to the Seattle City Council for landmark status of properties.

Board meetings are held on the first and third Wednesdays of each month at 3:30 pm. In general, board members are expected to commit about 10 hours per month to the Landmarks Board business. Board membership is served without compensation.

All applicants must be Seattle residents. If interested in one or more of these board positions, send a letter of interest and resume by Monday, January 25th to be considered.

You may email your letter and resume to:

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