Office of Governor Gary Locke
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE - April 21, 1999
Contact: Governor's Communications Office, 360-902-4136
Locke names new boards and commissions appointeesOLYMPIA — Gov. Gary Locke today announced selections for a college board of trustees, a boundary review board, and other boards and commissions.
College Board of Trustees
The board of trustees is the governing body of the college.
Kenneth J. Martin, of Cashmere, was appointed to Central Washington University, Board of Trustees. Martin is president and chief executive officer of Cashmere Valley Bank. His term expires Sept. 30, 2001.
Boundary Review Boards
The boards have jurisdiction over municipal annexations, incorporations of cities under 7,500 estimated population, disincorporations and creation or annexation of certain special districts.
Dr. Stephen M. Langer, of Olympia, was appointed to the Thurston County Boundary Review Board. Langer is the director of a therapy training center. His term expires Jan. 31, 2003.
Building Code Council
The council develops, adopts, and maintains the State Building Code.
The Honorable Chuck Gurrad, of Aberdeen, is mayor of the City of Aberdeen. His term expires Jan. 5, 2001.
Physical Therapy Board
The board examines and disciplines licensees, adopts rules, and establishes continuing education requirements and standards of professional conduct.
Appointed to additional terms on the board are: Dyke Dickie, of Grandview, owner of physical therapy practice, and Mildred Stevens, of Tacoma, a retired elementary school teacher and librarian. Both terms expire Sept. 18, 2002.
Rehabilitation Advisory Council
The council reviews, analyses, and advises the Washington Department of Social and Health Services on issues and policies relating to individuals with disabilities.
Marie Covington, of Nespelem, is a vocational rehabilitation program manager for the Colville Confederated Tribe. Her term expires Sept. 22, 1999.
Don L. Hanson, of Olympia, is a special education program supervisor for the Office of Superintendent of Public Instruction. His term expires Sept. 22, 1999.