New members join Hospital Board, Planning Commission

Both the Bartlett Regional Hospital Board and the Planning Commission gained new members this week.

At a special meeting Tuesday, the City and Borough of Juneau Assembly reappointed incumbents and appointed new members to the two boards. The Assembly reappointed Robert Storer and Brenda Knapp along with new member Rosemary Hagevig to the Hospital Board. The Assembly members also reappointed Mike LeVine and Paul Voelckers along with new member Andrew Campbell to the Planning Commission.

All of the reappointees and appointees will start immediately, with their terms continuing until Dec. 31, 2020.

Hagevig replaces Nancy Davis on the Hospital Board, while Campbell replaces Kirsten Shelton-Walker on the Planning Commission. The Assembly members extended their thanks to the outgoing members. There are other vacancies on other city boards, and people can apply for spots on the boards by going to https://beta.juneau.org/clerk/boards-committees.

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