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Application for Voluntary Boards and Committees

  1. Application for Voluntary Boards and Committees

    The Board of Kootenai County Commissioners wishes to guarantee that their appointments to Kootenai County committees, commissions, and boards will best serve the public interest of the County as well as be representative of a broad cross-section of the community. We ask you to provide us with the information that will best assist us in evaluating your application. While we appreciate all applicants’ interest and willingness to volunteer, due to potential conflicts of interest, Kootenai County employees are not permitted to serve on any volunteer board that is overseen by the Kootenai County Commissioners.

  2. I. PERSONAL INFORMATION

  3. II. EDUCATION

  4. Do you have a high school diploma or high school equivalency (i.e. GED)?*

  5. Do you have an undergraduate degree from a college or university?*

  6. Do you have a graduate degree from a college or university?*

  7. Do you have any other specialized training or certifications?*

  8. III. Experience

  9. Have you previously applied for a volunteer committee, commission or board for any city or county agency?*

  10. Have you previously served or are you currently serving on a volunteer committee, commission or board for any city or county agency?*

  11. Have you ever attended a meeting of the volunteer committee, commission or board for which you are applying?*

  12. IV. CONFLICTS OF INTEREST

  13. Have you ever been involved in litigation against Kootenai County or any of its agencies?*

    Answering 'yes' is not a disqualification from consideration of an advisory board appointment.

  14. If you are unsure what constitutes a conflict of interest, please contact the Commissioners' office at (208) 446-1600.

  15. V. MISCELLANEOUS

  16. Please note that the Planning & Zoning Commission usually has at least one regular meeting per month; however, workshops and special meetings can be as frequent as once a week.

  17. Kootenai County is committed to the implementation of the Americans with Disabilities Act. Are you familiar with this law?*

  18. I certify the answers I have made to each and all of the foregoing questions are true to the best of my knowledge and belief. By signing below, I acknowledge that I understand Kootenai County may independently verify any information submitted within this application.

  19. Electronic Signature Agreement*

    By checking "I agree" (below), you agree and acknowledge that 1) your application will not be signed in the sense of a traditional paper document, 2) by signing in this alternate manner, you authorize your electronic signature to be valid and binding upon you to the same force and effect as a handwritten signature, and 3) you may still be required to provide a traditional signature at a later date.

  20. Please note that all application materials submitted will become public record once submitted and may be disclosed under the Idaho Public Records Law, per Idaho Code §74-101(1), §74-101(12), and §74- 106(1). Kootenai County does not discriminate against individuals or groups on the basis of disability in the admission access to, or treatment in, its public meetings, programs, or activities. Requests for assistance or accommodations can be arranged by contacting the Board of County Commissioners Office at (208) 446-1600.

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