During today’s regular Port of Port Angeles commission meeting, Commissioner James Hallett announced his resignation as the District 2 Port Commissioner. Per RCW 42.12.070, the sitting commissioners shall appoint a qualified person to fill the vacancy within ninety days.
Commissioner Hallett was elected in 2011 and began his six year term in January 2012. During his tenure, Commissioner Hallett has provided guidance and leadership on the PenPly/KPly mill site clean-up, the formation of the Composite Recycling Technology Center, the strategic planning process, convening the marina advisory committee and advocacy efforts for “keeping the public waterfront public.”
Commissioner Hallett will be honored for his public service via Port resolution at the next regular commission meeting on Tuesday, February 9, 2016.