The Camas City Council on Feb. 16 approved Camas Mayor Barry McDonnell’s citizen appointments to several boards, committees and commissions, including the newly created Lacamas Lake Commission, which will evaluate water-quality issues impacting Lacamas Lake, often called Camas’ “crown jewel.”
McDonnell recommended Deborah Nagano be appointed to the Clark County Arts Commission for an indefinite term.
The mayor also re-appointed Katy Daane, Steve Lorenz and Cassi Marshall to the Parks and Recreation Commission, and Shawn High to the Planning Commission, all for three-year terms.
McDonnell’s new appointments include:
Lacamas Lake Commission (indefinite terms): Marie Tabata-Callerame, John Connell, Rodger Hauge, Brianna Kroeker, Judit Lorincz, Rainy Rau and Todd Zabel
Library Board (five-year term): Robin Owens Webster
Parking Advisory Committee (four-year terms): Matthew McBride and Bradyn Miller
Parks and Recreation Commission (three-year terms): Brittany Grahn and Dario Izarras
Planning Commission (three-year term): Joe Walsh
The city still needs volunteers to serve on several open board and commission positions. The city will accept applications through 5 p.m. Thursday, March 4. Interested volunteers should apply online at records.cityofcamas.us/Forms/BoardsInterest. To see a list of available positions, visit cityofcamas.us/yourgovernment/yourgov. For more information, email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 360-834-6864.