Scott Hutsell to lend state Public Works Board
Last updated 5/14/2017 at 9:05pm
OLYMPIA, Wash. – Governor Jay Inslee has appointed Scott Hutsell to serve as chair position of the Washington State Public Works Board. Hutsell, a lifetime resident of Washington, currently serves as a Lincoln County Commissioner and was first elected in 2008. He has owned his Davenport-based business for 30 years.
"I applied for the chairmanship because I think we can take what we do to a whole new level," Hutsell shared.
"Scott has a strong commitment to public service and a clear vision for the board's future," Inslee said. "I know he will bring leadership and collaboration to the role of chair."
The mission of the Public Works Board is to provide financial and technical assistance to Washington communities for critical public health, safety and environmental infrastructure that supports community and economic vitality.
The board consists of 13 governor-appointed members from stakeholder groups representing the:
Washington State Association of Counties,
Association of Washington Cities,
Washington State Association of Sewer and Water Districts,
Public Utility Districts Associations and
Members of the general public.
Hutsell's term began April 24, 2017 and continues at the pleasure of the Governor.
The legislature created the Public Works Board in 1985 in partnership with local governments to help address community infrastructure needs through a dedicated local funding pool. This revolving loan program is managed by a citizen board comprising local infrastructure representatives.
For more information about the Public Works Board, visit http://www.pwb.wa.gov.