The Clark County Charter Review Commission appointed Camas resident Greg Anderson to fill an open seat in District 4, Position 3.
The term begins immediately and ends Dec. 31, 2021, at the latest. District 4 is located primarily in the Northeast and Southeast part of the county and includes Camas.
Anderson has been a member of the Camas City Council since 1997. He is a retired business manager and served as an officer in the U.S. Army. He served on the C-TRAN Board of Directors from 2015 to 2017 and currently is serving a term from 2020 to 2021. He previously was a volunteer on the county’s Solid-Waste Advisory Board. Anderson earned a Bachelor of Science degree in business from Arizona State University.
Former Republican state representative Liz Pike, of Camas, beat Anderson for the District 4, Position 3 Commission seat in the November 2020 general election, garnering 58.62 percent of the votes. Pike did not respond to requests for comment regarding her reasons for quitting the Commission in the middle of her term.
The 15-member Charter Review Commission is tasked with reviewing the county’s home rule charter approved by voters in November 2014. This will be the first review of the county’s charter. Any changes to the charter that the review commission recommends would go to a countywide vote in a general election.
The commission meets 5 to 7 p.m. on Wednesdays. Meetings are held virtually on Webex and shown on CVTV channel 23/323 and online at cvtv.org.
Information on submitting public comment to the commission and participating in public comment during a WebEx meeting is on the county’s website at clark.wa.gov/county-manager/meetings-agendas-archives.