Black Diamond sends out call for new councilmember

Applications are due Sept. 8.

The Black Diamond City Council is looking for a resident to fill an empty seat.

Position No. 6 is now up for grabs, due to the sudden resignation of former Councilman Patrick Nelson, who stepped down for family reasons.

Anyone interested in applying for this position must have resided in the City of Black Diamond for at least one year prior to Council appointment and must be registered to vote.

Application forms may found on the city website at http://www.ci.blackdiamond.wa.us/Docs/Notices/2020/Council%20Vacancy%20Application_081820%20(003).pdf or by calling 360-851-4564 .

Applications are due to City Hall by 4 p.m. Sept. 8, 2020. A mailing postmark will not be accepted. For more information about this Council position please contact Brenda L. Martinez, City Clerk at 360-851-4564 or bmartinez@blackdiamondwa.gov.




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