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Gov. Kitzhaber Submits Appointments for State Boards and Commissions to Senate

Wednesday, August 27, 2014

 

John Kitzhaber

Governor John Kitzhaber

Oregon Gov. John Kitzhaber has submitted his nominees for service on state boards and commissions to the Senate. Each nomination on the list of 127 nominees is subject to Senate confirmation, with confirmation hearings to be held by the Senate Rules Committee in September.

The nominees are to serve on a range of boards and commissions, among them the Alcohol and Drug Policy Commission, Oregon Commission on Black Affairs, the State Board of Forestry, the Teacher Standards and Proactices Commission and the Tourism Commission. 
 
"Oregon is well-served by knowledgeable, experienced volunteers who give their time and talents to boards and commissions," said Kitzhaber. "Our statewide conversation on issues critical to Oregon's future benefits from meaningful citizen engagement and involvement." 
 
The full list can be seen on the oregon.gov website

 

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