Applicants Sought for Central Valley Ambulance Authority Board

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Skagit County, WA – Skagit County is currently accepting letters of interest from local residents who would like to serve as Citizen At Large on the Central Valley Ambulance Authority Board. The Citizen At Large position serves a three-year term, and the current Citizen At Large position ends Dec. 31, 2016.

 According to a press release from Kevin Chao, Interim Director of Emergency Services, Letters of interest should detail prior work history, community involvement, reason for wanting to serve, and all other information that demonstrates the applicant’s qualifications for serving on the Central Valley Ambulance Authority Board. The CVAA is responsible for providing emergency medical services in the Central Valley service area.

 For more information on the duties and expectations of the Citizen At Large position, or other questions, please contact CVAA Director Kirk Hale at kirkh@csm1.org or 503-781-5308, or CVAA Board President Bryan Harrison at bharrison@burlingtonwa.gov or 360-755-0058.

Please mail or deliver letter letters of interest no later than Nov. 21, to: Kevin Chao, Interim Director of Emergency Services, 2911 E. College Way, Mount Vernon, WA  98273

 Qualified applicants will be interviewed by the CVAA Board, the CVAA Director and the County EMS Director. The top three candidates will be forwarded to the Skagit County Board of Commissioners for review and appointment.

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Chris Nelson
I'm a long time Skagit County Resident. I believe in doing the right thing and helping others when you can.

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