WSR 15-19-114
[Filed September 21, 2015, 8:41 a.m.]
The Washington state parks and recreation commission adopted its 2016 regular meeting schedule, which was filed with the Washington code reviser's office on August 10, 2015 (WSR 15-17-028). Since the August filing date, the commission has changed its November 2016 meeting location to Yakima, Washington.
Please withdraw Washington state parks and recreation commission meeting schedule WSR 15-17-028 and replace with this updated schedule, date September 21, 2015.
Below are the following 2016 Washington state parks and recreation commission public meeting dates:
Meeting Location
January 27, 28
Edmonds Community College
20000 68th Avenue West
Woodway Room 202
Lynwood [Lynnwood], WA 98036
March 30, 31
Labor and Industries (headquarters)
May 18, 19
Best Western
Moses Lake
July 20, 21
Quality Inn & Suite[s]
700 Port Drive
Clarkson [Clarkston], WA 99403
September 21, 22
Sequim area
November 16, 17
Yakima, Washington
December 7, 8
Fort Worden
Noon December 7 to noon December 8 planning meeting only
The actual building or facility locations for all the meetings have not yet been determined and will be announced at the close of each regular meeting. The meeting locations may be obtained by writing to the Director, Washington State Parks and Recreation Commission, P.O. Box 42650, Olympia, WA 98504-2650, or by calling (360) 902-8502.
Regular meetings run from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. and include an opportunity for public comment. The commission typically meets in a work session from approximately noon to 4:30 p.m. the day prior to the regular meeting in the same location or at a location near the regular meeting location. Work sessions are educational sessions on park operations and issues that eventually may go before the commission.
The commission may also tour area sites or parks the day following the regular meeting. No public comment and or formal action are taken at work sessions and tours. The commission chair may call special meetings at any time; all special meetings are announced in advance.
The public is welcome to attend all state park[s] and recreation commission meetings. Meeting sites will be barrier free to the greatest extent feasible. The commission will provide Braille or taped agenda items for the visually impaired and interpreters for those with hearing impairments if a request is received at the appropriate address shown above at least ten working days in advance of the scheduled meeting date.
Agendas are posted on the agency web site at least one week in advance of meetings, and commission action posted,