Whatcom County

All meeting documents starting in 2019 and file titles back to 1990 are searchable in this database by using the navigation tabs and drop-down search filters below (see the "User Guide" tab). 
Meeting information, Ordinances, and Resolutions prior to 2019 that have been posted online can still be accessed using the "Meetings Prior to 2019" tab.

Share to Facebook Share to Twitter Bookmark and Share
File #: AB2021-084    Version: 1
Type: Council Appointment Status: Appointed
File created: 1/25/2021 In control: Council
On agenda: 2/9/2021 Final action: 2/9/2021
Enactment date: Enactment #:
Title: Council appointment to fill vacancies on the Noxious Weed Control Board - Applicant(s): Dale Yoder and Alexander Vondrell
Attachments: 1. Applicant List, 2. Yoder Application, 3. Vondrell Application.pdf
Department Council Office

Primary Contact Email:    jnixon@co.whatcom.wa.us




Council appointment to fill vacancies on the Noxious Weed Control Board - Applicant(s):  Dale Yoder and Alexander Vondrell






2 Vacancies, current members eligible to reapply, 4-year terms. Members must reside in Noxious Weed district 1 or 4, be engaged in agricultural production, and have ten signatures from registered voters in that district.

                     District No. 1 - North Boundary is the U.S./Canada Border; South Boundary follows along Birch-Bay Lynden, Polinder, Timon, Lindsay and Sorenson Rds.; East and West Boundaries are the same for Whatcom County.

                     District No. 4 - North Boundary follows Slater and Bakerview Rds.; South Boundary follows Galbraith Rd. east to west through Hale Passage excluding Lummi Island; East and West Boundaries are the same as for Whatcom County.

Four board members shall be involved in the primary production of agriculture products. However, this does not require that agriculture be a primary source of income for these members. The Board promotes education concerning management of listed noxious weeds such as tansy ragwort, knapweed, purple loosestrife, knotweed and their impacts on natural resources. Members generally meet every other month.


Whatcom County, Washington
311 Grand Avenue | Bellingham, WA 98225 | Phone: 360-778-5000