King County Fire District 28 commissioner resigns

Chris Ingham, King County Fire District 28 commissioner, resigned his position effective Monday, June 10.

Chris Ingham, King County Fire District 28 commissioner, resigned his position effective Monday, June 10.

Ingham submitted his resignation letter June 3 and did not give a reason for his decision.

Ingham was elected in November 2009. He ran unopposed.

There were two years remaining on his term.

The district board has three members – Position No. 1 is filled by Dave Hannity, chairman, and No. 2 is occupied by Ryan Terhune.

Position No. 2 is up for election during the coming campaign season. Terhune decided not to run for another term and Angela Stubblefield and Elbert Reed will be on the ballot.

A special meeting was scheduled for 10:30 a.m. Tuesday at the district headquarters, 1330 Wells St.

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