Qualicum Beach seeks members for airport committee

Deadline to submit applications Jan. 17

The Town of Qualicum Beach is currently seeking interested individuals to serve as member at large on the Qualicum Beach Airport Users Committee.

The committee will meet to discuss and consult, in a co-operative spirit, on airport related matters that may include, but not be limited to the Town of Qualicum Beach Airport plans, operations, activities, facilities and services to ensure maximum coordination and both safe and consistent service standards; and the town airport’s short, medium and long-term plans to develop and improve the airport with a view on providing an efficient and well maintained airport facility and service for the residents of, and visitors to, the Qualicum Beach area.

Appointments are on a volunteer basis and members serve without remuneration.

The Committee will meet three times a year on the first Wednesday of October, February and May, with additional special meetings taking place as required.

The detailed criteria for the Qualicum Beach Airport Users Committee may be obtained at the Town of Qualicum Beach Municipal Office (address below) or from our website www.qualicumbeach.com.

In order to be considered, please submit a letter with a brief resume no later than Jan. 17, 2020 to: Heather Svensen, Corporate Administrator, Town of Qualicum Beach, P.O. Box 130, #201 – 660 Primrose Street Qualicum Beach, BC V9K 1S7. You can also fax it at 250-752-1243 or email hsvensen@qualicumbeach.com

— NEWS Staff

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