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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE:   
5/20/2009  11:32:00 AM
FOR MORE INFORMATION CONTACT:
Nigel Herbig, Burgess Office, (206) 684-8806 Dana Robinson Slote, (206) 615-0061

Councilmember Tim Burgess

COUNCIL SEEKS APPLICANTS FOR FAMILIES AND EDUCATION LEVY OVERSIGHT COMMITTEE
Council Seeking Two Qualified Individuals for Committee

SEATTLE Councilmember Tim Burgess is seeking candidates to fill two Council positions on the Families and Education Levy Oversight Committee. The Levy was passed in 2004, and provides funding for Early Childhood Development, School-Based Student and Family Services, Out-of-School Activities, Middle School Support, and Student Health Services.

The Levy Oversight Committee (LOC) was established by Ordinance 121529 to review and advise on implementation and evaluation plans, the City of Seattle/Seattle School District Partnership Agreement, expenditures and allocations of Levy funds, and make recommendations on the implementation of particular Levy programs.

    What: Applicants for Families and Education Oversight Committee.

    When: Applications accepted now through 5:00 pm on Friday June 12, 2009.

    Who: Open to Seattleites who are interested and have a background in education, youth and family services.

    How: Send a resume and letter of interest to Councilmember Tim Burgess at tim.burgess@seattle.gov.

Council meetings are cablecast live on Seattle Channel 21 and Webcast live on the City Councils website at www.seattle.gov/council. Copies of legislation, archives of previous meetings, and news releases are available on www.seattle.gov/council. Questions about Council news releases can be directed to Kimberly Reason, Council Communications, at 206-684-8159, or by e-mail at kimberly.reason@seattle.gov.

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