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Our Mission:

"Preserve, enhance and protect Spokane County's air resource for current and future generations."

Board of Directors

Spokane Clean Air is governed by a 5-member Board of Directors who convene monthly meetings to conduct Agency business. 

The board meetings are held the first Thursday of each month, unless otherwise publicized. In 2020, the January and the July board meeting will be held on the second Thursday. The meetings begin at 9:30 a.m. at the Agency's office, 3104 E. Augusta Avenue, Spokane, WA  99207. 

Agendas are posted on the agency's homepage under "Hearings & Notices" a week prior to each meeting. Residents are welcome and encouraged to attend. All meeting facilities are wheelchair accessible. For special accommodations, call (509) 477-4727, 48 hours in advance. 

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Al French, Chair

Spokane County representative

Term expires 12/31/22

Al French is a Spokane County Commissioner. After serving in the U.S. Marine Corps from 1969 to 1972, Al moved to Moscow, Idaho to attend the University of Idaho where he received his Bachelor of Architecture degree with a minor in Business Finance in 1977. Prior to his election to the Spokane City Council in 2002, Al served on numerous boards and commissions throughout the region, especially donating his service and expertise to neighborhood committees in Spokane. Al has more than 30 years of experience as a successful businessman, architect, investment consultant, and developer in the Spokane region.

 

Kris Becker

City of Spokane representative

Term expires 12/31/21

Bio to come 

 

Tom Brattebo

Citizen, Member-at-Large Representative

Term expires 12/31/20

Tom Brattebo holds Bachelor Degrees in Political Science from Washington State University and Education from Eastern Washington University. He is retired from Kaiser Aluminum management and the U.S. Air Force Reserve. He served on the Spokane Regional Clean Air Agency’s Advisory Council for seven years prior to his appointment to the Board in June 2009. Tom is active in local environmental advocacy, including air and water quality and youth outdoor environmental education. He has served as an AmeriCorps member implementing the No-Idle Zone program for Spokane Clean Air and as an educator at the West Valley Outdoor Learning Center.  


Kevin Freeman, Vice Chair

Small Cities/Towns Representative

Term expires 12/31/23

Kevin Freeman was first elected Mayor of Millwood in November, 2013 and took office as Millwood's ninth mayor in January, 2014. He was elected to a second term in November of 2017. He previously served on both the Millwood City Council and the Millwood Planning Commission. In addition to his duties as Mayor, he sits on the Board of Directors for both the Spokane Regional Health District and the Spokane Regional Clean Air Agency.

 

A resident of Millwood since 1998, he was born and raised in Portland, Oregon and is a graduate of the University of Idaho. A hydrogeologist by trade, he is the owner of a consulting firm with clients across the Pacific Northwest.   He is married and the proud father of two young adults.

 

Rod Higgins

City of Spokane Valley Representative

Term expires 12/31/23

Rod Higgins is currently serving as councilmember for the City of Spokane Valley. He has served on the Spokane Valley City Council, at times the Mayor, since February 2013. He is a retired director of the International Society of Mine Safety Professionals, Higgins holds a B.S. in Finance from the University of Idaho. In addition to involvement in a number of community and professional organizations, he served as a City of Spokane Valley Planning Commissioner from January 2012 until his appointment to the Council in February 2013.  

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