Applicants must apply by no later than September 11, 2023.
The Port of Morrow Commission encourages all eligible local residents interested in representing the Port Commission to send a letter of interest and resume to the Executive Director, Lisa Mittelsdorf.
Applicants must reside in and be a legally registered voter in Morrow County and meet other legal requirements. Upon receipt of the letter of interest and resume, the Port Commission will review them, proceed with interviews and make a determination by the majority of votes.
The cover letter and resume must be received at the Port Office no later than 5 p.m. on September 11, 2023, at 2 Marine Drive, P.O. Box 200, Boardman, OR 97818.
The Board of Commissioners sets policy for the Port. Commissioners must attend Board of Commission meetings on a regular basis. Regular meetings are held each month at 1:30pm on the 2nd Wednesdays. Occasionally, special meetings are held.
According to state law, an appointment shall be made by the Port of Morrow Commission in accordance with ORS 198.320. The person appointed shall serve until the next district election which is May 2025 with a term effective date beginning July 1, 2025.