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Chase Youth Commission

Meetings


  • Twice per month with an average of 1.5 hour meetings
  • 10 N Post Street
    Suite 446
    Spokane, WA 99201
Representing the County (August 1, 2022 - June 30, 2023):
Jack Schneider -- Chair
Freeman High School
Mackenzie Ediger Mead High School
Joey DimovMead High School
Johnathon Nowland St. George's
Izzy ParekhLewis & Clark High School
Representing the City (August 1, 2022 - June 30, 2023):
Lena McCollum -- Vice ChairLewis & Clark High School
Jack KashorkFerris High School
Sophia McFarlandGonzaga Prep
Trevor PicancoLewis & Clark High School
Jeslyn CaiLewis & Clark High School

Member Specifications


  • Members: 10
  • Term: Youth serves one year terms. no youth may serve more than six consecutive terms, to a maximum of 6 years.
Details: The Commission consists of 10 youth (13 years - 18 years) positions. Five appointments are representatives from cities other than Spokane and unincorporated parts of the county, appointed by the County Commissioners. Five appointments are residents of the City of Spokane, recommended by the Mayor and appointed by the Council.

Purpose
The purpose of the Chase Youth Commission is to provide a structure within local government to serve as a voice for youth; to advise and make recommendations to the youth department regarding policies, programs, planning, budgets, staffing and other matters relating to the quality of life of Spokane area children and youth.

Spokane County Code/wac & Rcw References
State RCW 39.34.030
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