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C.O. Intergovernmental Council seeks budget committee member


BEND, Ore. (KTVZ) -- The Central Oregon Intergovernmental Council, the region’s council of governments, is seeking one community member to serve on the COIC Budget Committee.

This is a great opportunity to learn about the important programs and services provided in our region.  

The COIC Budget Committee consists of the five-member Executive Committee and five community members. Applicants must reside in Deschutes, Jefferson, or Crook County. Individuals residing in Crook or Jefferson County, including Warm Springs are particularly encouraged to apply.

Budget Committee members are responsible for reviewing the COIC proposed budget and recommending a final version to the COIC Board of Directors for adoption.  A background in finance or business experience is encouraged but not required.  

Committee volunteers are asked to serve a three-year term; the committee meets two to three times between April and the end of June. Additional meetings may be called if necessary.  

Applications can be found at and should be submitted no later than 5pm Friday March 31st.  

Established in 1972, the Central Oregon Intergovernmental Council serves the local governments of Central Oregon, providing regional collaboration, efficiencies and service delivery for a strong local economy and quality of life.

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