Chapter 2.30
HISTORY AND HERITAGE BOARD

Sections:

2.30.010    Created.

2.30.020    Powers and duties.

2.30.030    Membership appointment – Term.

2.30.040    Residency requirements – History and heritage board.

2.30.090    Repealed.

2.30.010 Created.

There is hereby established a history and heritage board of the city of Lynnwood composed of seven members as hereinafter provided. (Ord. 3410 § 5, 2021; Ord. 3248 § 3, 2017; Ord. 3150 § 6, 2015; Ord. 2531 § 1, 2004)

2.30.020 Powers and duties.

The history and heritage board is hereby declared to be an advisory board of the city of Lynnwood whose duties shall be to provide advice and recommendations to the mayor and city council in regard to historical, cultural, and heritage recognition, promotion and preservation activities of historic sites, buildings, artifacts, and parks; partner on exhibits, events and operations of Heritage Park and the Interurban Trail; and to perform such other duties as the mayor or council may direct. The history and heritage board shall have the authority and perform all necessary duties in regard to designating properties to the city of Lynnwood historic landmark register.

The board shall have all the powers and perform any duties of authority that may hereafter be conferred upon them by laws of the city of Lynnwood and state of Washington. (Ord. 3410 § 5, 2021; Ord. 3248 § 3, 2017; Ord. 3150 § 6, 2015; Ord. 2531 § 2, 2004)

2.30.030 Membership appointment – Term.

The history and heritage board shall consist of four at-large members and three partner members. At-large members of the board shall be appointed to a position for a term of three years (or for fulfillment of an unexpired term); partner members shall be selected by the board and serve for a three-year term (or the fulfillment of an unexpired term). The members shall serve for terms as follows:

Position No. 1: Ending December 31, 2023

Position No. 2: Ending December 31, 2023

Position No. 3: Ending December 31, 2021

Position No. 4: Ending December 31, 2021

Position No. 5: (Partner member) Ending December 31, 2022

Position No. 6: (Partner member) Ending December 31, 2023

Position No. 7: (Partner member) Ending December 31, 2021

Partner members may be selected from any organization or group that has Lynnwood history or heritage as their focus of work, such as:

A. Lynnwood Alderwood Manor Heritage Association and Museum;

B. Sno-Isle Genealogical Society;

C. Heritage Park Docent; or

D. Snohomish County Tourism Bureau. (Ord. 3410 § 5, 2021; Ord. 3248 § 3, 2017; Ord. 3150 § 6, 2015; Ord. 2531 § 3, 2004; Ord. 2160 § 1, 1997)

2.30.040 Residency requirements – History and heritage board.

A. Two of four at-large members must be residents of the city of Lynnwood and have a primary residence within city limits.

B. Up to two member(s) of the at-large member positions may be nonresidents, community stakeholder(s) of the city of Lynnwood.

C. There is a preference for city of Lynnwood residents over nonresident candidates.

D. There are no residency requirements for partner members. (Ord. 3410 § 5, 2021; Ord. 3248 § 3, 2017; Ord. 3150 § 6, 2015; Ord. 2940 § 4, 2012)

2.30.090 Severability.

Repealed by Ord. 3150. (Ord. 2160 § 2, 1997)