King City council to choose new members
The City Council on March 19 interviewed four applicants for two open positions on the council, and it plans to vote April 2 for two people to fill the slots.
'All four are very interested and highly qualified,' said City Manager David Wells.
James Armour, who is currently a board member for the King City Civic Association, also volunteers with the King City Lions Club and for the American Red Cross.
William Boyle, who works for Tualatin Valley Fire and Rescue, is a former Sherwood city councilor.
In King City, he is active in teaching fire safety and cardiopulmonary resuscitation for King City's Citizen Emergency Response Team.
Kenneth Gibson is retired after working for United Airlines for 32 years, where he was in charge of the maintenance operations center in San Francisco.
Suzan Turley is a former mayor and city councilor in La Grande, and 'she volunteers a lot,' Wells said.
She has worked for the American Association of Retired People and on a county airport commission.
Turley also has served on the Tigard Public Library Board and on the Sherwood parks advisory board.