Washington conservation commission calls meeting on elections

June 6, 2019by ncdea

WASHINGTON – The Washington State Conservation Commission will review how conservation district supervisors are elected in response to concerns about unaccountable special-purpose districts.

The state auditor in May identified 35 irrigation, weed control, water and sewer, fire and cemetery districts that are “unauditable” because of poor or nonexistent record-keeping. No conservation district is being accused of wrongdoing, but lawmakers and the League of Women Voters have questioned before how districts elect supervisors.

Source: Washington conservation commission calls meeting on elections | Washington | capitalpress.com

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