Leaders join the table at PSRC’s Executive Board

Mayors from Bremerton, Everett, Kent and Tacoma among the new members

A dozen new elected leaders have joined the Executive Board as members or alternates in 2018.

The new members include the mayors of four major cities in the region, along with a Seattle councilmember and Seattle port commissioner.

New Executive Board Members in 2018

Cassie Franklin
Mayor 
Cassie Franklin
City of Everett

Courtney Gregoire
Commissioner
Courtney Gregoire
Port of Seattle

Teresa Mosqueda
Councilmember 
Teresa Mosqueda
City of Seattle

Dana Ralph
Mayor
Dana Ralph
City of Kent

Greg Wheeler
Mayor
Greg Wheeler
City of Bremerton

Victoria Woodards
Mayor
Victoria Woodards
City of Tacoma

 

New Alternates on the Executive Board in 2018

Kenmore Mayor David Baker (representing King County Other Cities & Towns)

Sammamish Mayor Christie Malchow (representing King County Other Cities & Towns)

Bellevue Deputy Mayor Lynne Robinson

Lake Forest Park Deputy Mayor Catherine Stanford (representing King County Other Cities & Towns)

Port of Seattle Commissioner Peter Steinbrueck

Bremerton Councilmember Eric Younger

The Executive Board is a 32-member board that meets monthly to make decisions about PSRC business between meetings of the General Assembly

Actions include approving transportation funding awards, authorizing contracts, certifying comprehensive plans, recommending the budget and work program and more.

Board members represent the jurisdictions and agencies that are members of PSRC.  Each member has at least one designated alternate.

The Executive Board’s next meeting is on Thursday, March 22, 2018, 10-11:30 a.m., at PSRC. 

Items on the agenda include:

  • Approving Membership for City of Des Moines
  • Approving Certification of the Comprehensive Plan for Milton
  • Approving the Regional Centers Framework Update
  • Recommending Adoption of PSRC’s Supplemental Biennial Budget and Work Program
  • Briefing on public comments received on the draft Regional Transportation Plan
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