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Key Peninsula Advisory Commission
The Key Peninsula Advisory Commission (KPAC) serves in an advisory capacity on land use matters to the Executive, the County Council, the Hearing Examiner, the Planning Commission, and the Planning and Land Services Department per Pierce County Code (PCC) 2.45. KPAC meetings are held within the community and facilitate a structured two-way communication process between the County and community residents, property owners, and business owners regarding significant land use issues. The KPAC reviews applications for proposed developments within their community for which a public hearing is required and makes recommendations regarding updates to their community plan.

The Key Peninsula Advisory Commission (KPAC) meets the third Wednesday of every month (case dependent), at 6:30 p.m. The meetings are held at the Key Peninsula Civic Center.

Commission members include:

District

 Member

 Resolution

 Comments

 Expires

 Term

 7  Mark Cockerill   R2014-144    10/31/2018  1 of 2
 7  Audra Garcia  R2014-76    03/01/2016  1 of 1
 7  Domoni Glass  R2013-94  Vice Chair  10/31/2016  1 of 2
 7  Marcia Harris  R2014-76  KPCC  03/01/2016  1 of 1
 7  Mark Nelson  R2014-25    10/31/2017  1 of 2
 7  Donald Swensen  R2012-130  Chair  10/31/2016  1 of 2
 7  Cindy Worden  R2014-78  KPCC  03/01/2016  1 of 1
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       Vacancy KPCC Rep.    
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The KPAC consists of 13 members who are eligible to serve no more than two consecutive four-year terms.  There are currently three openings on the KPAC. If you would like to apply, please complete the application form and return the signed copy to the Office of the Executive as indicated on page 2 of the application. Please contact Toni Fairbanks, Clerk, if you have additional questions about the Commission or upcoming meetings.   Current LUAC Agendas
 
Visit the Key Peninsula Community Plan page for information on the plan area and regulations.