Port of Poulsbo to interview commissioner candidates Thursday

The Port of Poulsbo will meet Thursday, Aug. 20, to interview potential candidates for the vacant port commissioner seat.

The meeting will be held via Zoom and will begin at 7 p.m.

The Port has had its position No. 2 seat vacant since the resignation of former Port president Mark DeSalvo, who voluntarily left his post in mid-July after being arrested for allegedly vandalizing a memorial in Muriel Iverson Waterfront Park for Stonechild Chiefstick, who was shot and killed by Poulsbo police in July 2019 in that location during the city’s 3rd of July event.

A new commissioner is expected to be selected by Sept. 3, according to the timeline agreed upon by the port at its July 23 meeting.

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