Langley posts board vacancies

Langley officials are seeking to fill three openings on two separate city commissions.

Two seats are open on the Civil Service Commission, a three-member group, and one position is open the Historic Preservation Commission, which is a seven-member board.

“These do not meet regularly,” Langley Mayor Larry Kwarsick said. “But, both are important commissions within the city.”

The Civil Service Commission performs duties established by state law relative to the selection, appointment, and employment of full-time permanent employees of the Langley Police Department, including the chief of police.

Terms are for six years.

The major responsibility of the Historic Preservation Commission is to identify and actively encourage the conservation of Langley’s historic resources and character.

Members of both commissions are selected by the mayor. To apply, fill out the volunteer form on the city’s website,, or call City Clerk Debbie Mahler for additional information at 221-4246.


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