Sound Transit invites public to serve on oversight panel

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SEATTLE — Sound Transit wants the public to be a part of its decision making process by serving on its agency oversight panel. Sound Transit representatives are seeking volunteers from Pierce and South King counties to serve on the citizen oversight panel to make sure the agency is maintaining its commitment to the community.

Panel members are an independent oversight entity representing different professional backgrounds. The panel meets twice monthly during normal business hours and is responsible for digging into agency details, asking questions, and reporting its findings to the agency’s board of directors.

Those interested in applying for the panel must be a registered voter living within the Sound Transit District in Pierce of South King counties. Eligible candidates must also have background experience in either business management, engineering, financial management, public facilities, or another similar field.

More information on how to apply is available online.

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