King County Fire District 28 commissioner resigns
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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