The Public Facilities District was formed in 2002 for the purpose of participating in the study, planning and development of one or more regional centers that would promote tourism
VANCOUVER – The board of the Clark County Public Facilities District will hold a public meeting 4-5 p.m. Mon., Monday Aug. 1.
The meeting will be on the Cisco Webex platform. Anyone wishing to attend the meeting can use this link and use the meeting password qmPvFefm225 or call 1.408.418.9388 and use the access code 24827661523##.
The Public Facilities District was formed in 2002 for the purpose of participating in the study, planning and development of one or more regional centers that would promote tourism, such as the convention center in downtown Vancouver and exhibition hall at the Clark County Fairgrounds.
The five-member board is composed of two people appointed by Clark County and two appointed by the city of Vancouver. Those four appoint the fifth member.
The board typically tries to meet on the first Monday of February, May, August and November.
Information provided by Clark Co. WA Communications.
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