Auburn Municipal Airport Board invites residents to apply

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The Auburn Municipal Airport Board invites residents to consider applying for its panel.

Board members work to advise the mayor and City Council regarding the operation of the airport, including master planning, facilities improvements, leasing, rental fees and other aviation concerns.

The board is required to meet at least once a quarter but may hold additional meetings as needed that will be published in advance. Board meetings begin at 7:30 a.m. at the airport office’s conference room, 506 23rd St. NE, Auburn.

Boards and commissions of the City of Auburn are charged with specialized tasks, which provide invaluable aid to City Council in making sound decisions for the benefit of the City and its residents. The tasks require specific knowledge, experience and qualifications.

The board consists of five members who serve three-year terms and are appointed by the mayor and confirmed by the City Council.

How to apply

View the City’s online application packet.

For questions or more information about the board, please contact Kevin Snyder @ksnyder@auburnwa.gov.

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