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Posted on: February 5, 2018

City Council Appoints Victoria Hunt to Open Seat

Issaquah City Council members welcomed their newest colleague Feb. 5, 2018, as Victoria Hunt took the oath of office.

Hunt, a data analyst, has served on the City's Planning Policy Commission in addition to serving as an affiliate faculty member at the University of Washington and as a consultant for US Fish and Wildlife Service.

"I want to leverage my professional experiences in ecology, land management and urban planning to help shape the future of Issaquah as a vibrant, sustainable city," she wrote in her council application. 

Hunt was appointed by a majority council vote to Council Position No. 3. The seat became vacant Jan. 1, 2018, due to the resignation of Justin Walsh who moved out of the Issaquah city limits.

The appointee to the vacant seat will serve until the November 2019 general election is certified.

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