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Applications Open: Economic Vitality Commission

From City of Issaquah Economic Development:

Are you a business owner or have an interest in the economic and business climate of Issaquah? The City of Issaquah is recruiting two members for the Economic Vitality Commission (EVC), which meets on the 3rd Wednesday of the month, 5:30 – 7:30 pm.

The City created the Commission as a catalyst between the City Council, developers, residents, and the business community to expand and improve the economic climate of Issaquah within the context of the City's commitment to social and environmental objectives. Commissioners provide input on policies and programs that the City is considering as well as to bring topics to the table for the City to consider. These efforts will grow current businesses while creating a business climate to attract new businesses and jobs to the community.

Applications are accepted online (recruitment ends May 31) and appointments will be made by the Mayor and approved by City Council for terms to begin July 1. For more information or questions, please contact Jen Davis Hayes, Economic Development Manager, 425-414-4016,

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May 23

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