Candidates Sought for the Seattle-King County Taxicab Advisory Commission
The Seattle Mayor's Office is seeking applicants to fill the Taxicab Driver Position on the Seattle-King County Taxicab Advisory Commission.
The Seattle-King County Taxicab Advisory Commission was established in 2010 to study regulations, rules, policies and issues relevant to the provision of high-quality taxicab service in the City of Seattle and King County. A Commissioner's role is to ensure the economic viability owning and driving taxicabs, and to make recommendations to the City of Seattle and King County on these matters.
Advisory Commission members serve without compensation. Interested applicants must either work or live in the City of Seattle for the Mayoral appointments.
There are eleven seats on the Advisory Commission. Five of the seats are appointed by King County, five by the City of Seattle, and one is appointed by the other members of the commission.
Advisory Commission meetings are held monthly, on the first Tuesday of the month, from 9:30 am to 11:30am. The Advisory Commission currently meets in the Boards & Commissions Room (L280) of Seattle City Hall, 600 4th Avenue, Seattle, WA.
The City of Seattle is committed to inclusiveness and outreach to all persons. Women, people with disabilities, sexual and gender minorities, people of color, immigrants, senior citizens, and young persons are encouraged to apply.
Please email your letter of interest and resume by Friday, May 10, 2013 to:
To submit a paper copy, please address to:
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