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Four positions are up for election on the governing body that deals with natural resource issues and policy.

COURTESY PHOTO: TUALATIN SOIL AND WATER CONSERVATION DISTRICT - This map depicts the zone boundaries for the Tualatin Soil and Water Conservation District. Four seats will appear on the November ballot this year.Four positions on the Tualatin Soil and Water Conservation District, the governing body that weighs in on natural resource policies for Washington County, are up for election this year.

The board has seven positions, five of which represent specific zones of the county and two of which are at-large positions.

The open seats are as follows:

• Zone 3: Representing Forest Grove, Manning, Buxton and northwest Washington County.

• Zone 4: Representing South Hillsboro, Cornelius and the south-central portion of the county.

• Zone 5: Representing northern Hillsboro, North Plains, Banks and northeastern portions of the county.

• At-Large Position 2: Representing the entire county.

Eligible candidates must live within the boundaries of the district and be eligible to vote. Zone-specific director positions have more specific requirements, which can be confirmed online at

The deadline to apply is 5 p.m. Aug. 30.

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