5350 Pacific Way
Longview, WA 98632
Phone: (360) 423-2493




Governing Body

CDID#1 is governed by a three member Board of Supervisors elected by eligible voters within the District. The supervisors serve six year overlapping terms with one position standing for election every two years. The election for Superivsors is held on the first Tuesday after the first Monday in February in each even numbered year.

Sherry Bean- Supervisor Pos. 2 (Chair)

Sherry  Bean was appointed as Supervisor in 1993 by the Board of Cowlitz County Commisioners. She owns Employers Overload, a temporary staffing agency and is very active in community service.

Bill Hallanger - Supervisor Pos. 1

Bill Hallanger was first elected as Supervisor in 1996. Bill is a commercial real estate agent for Rodman Realty. He is also an elected Cowlitz Fire District No. 2 Commissioner.

Tim Kilmer - Supervisor Pos. 3

Tim Kilmer was appointed to fill this position by the Board of Cowlitz County Commissioners in April of 2014. Tim is currently the Longview and Vancouver Branch Manager for Eoff Electric Supply.


CDID #1 Advisory Committee

While the Board of Supervisors are directly responsible for the direction of the District, the CDID #1 Advisory Committee provides a forum for community input. The Advisory Committe is comprised of nine committee positions that are held by local government officials and representatives from local businesses who have a vested interest in, or the potential to be affected by District operations. Committee meetings, held once a month, provide a forum for discussions regarding the effectiveness of District Operations and Management and the impacts to the local community at large. __________________________________________________

Voter Qualifications

Eligible voters in a District election inlcude:

  • Individuals who have been registered to vote in Washington for 30 days or more before the election and have owned land within the District for at least 30 days before the election.
  • Partnerships or corporations that have owned land within the District for at least 60 days before the election
  • The State of Washington, its agencies, and political subdivisions that own land within the District except that government entities may not participate in elections concerning District Supervisors.