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The City of Lincoln City needs to fill 20 vacancies left by outgoing volunteers for various committees and boards.

In a news release from the City Recorder’s Office, positions are open for:

Library Board – Two vacancies and one student spot. Three-year term, one-year term for student.

Parks and Rec Board – Three vacancies. Three-year term.

Sustainability Committee – One vacancy. Three-year term.

Transient Room Tax Committee – Four vacancies.

Explore Lincoln City Committee (Formerly Visitors Convention Committee) – Four vacancies. Three-year term.

Planning Commission – Two vacancies. Four-year term.

Arts Committee – Four vacancies. Three-year term.

Residents of Lincoln City interested in applying for volunteer positions with the City of Lincoln City should call 541-996-1203, request an application via email or download an application from lincolncity.org.

ADDITIONAL VOLUNTEER INFORMATION

A criminal background check will be performed and references will be contacted. For more information about the background check process, contact Human Resources Director Abigail Edwards at 541-996-1201.

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  1. I think this is important!!!!!!!
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    The Oregonian/Oregonlive called the race for Anderson early Thursday afternoon, with Anderson receiving 49.3% of the vote and Democrat Melissa Cribbins receiving 46.6%. Anderson is a retired financial services professional and mayor of Lincoln City and Cribbins is a Coos County commissioner.

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