Parks and Rec committee

The District of Kent Parks and Recreation committee has now been assembled

  • Apr. 8, 2015 3:00 p.m.

The District of Kent Parks and Recreation committee has now been assembled.

The committee, which was approved in January by Council, is a volunteer group which will provide input to the District on matters related to program service delivery and general use of local recreation facilities. The structure of the committee includes a Council representative, a maximum of six members at large, two liaison advisory members, one youth representative and a special events representative for the Kent 125 Celebration committee.

The members of the Parks and Rec committee are Coun. Susan Spaeti (committee chair) with Coun. Duane Post as alternate, and staff representatives as needed. Members at large are Jayson Gill, Michelle Kuipers, Dylan Crooks, Bruce Key, Chuck Jensen and Jack van Dongen. Bev Kennedy is a liason member to the committee as the Kent 125 Celebration representative. Ian Wilson is the youth representative.

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