Clean air has a new champion.
The Board of Directors of Olympic Region Clean Air Agency (ORCAA) named Law, Lyman, Daniel, Kamerrer & Bogdanovich, P.S. as the agency’s new legal representation.
Two members of the firm will address ORCAA’s legal needs. Jeffrey S. Myers brings a strong background in state and local government representation and in public records issues. He previously served in the Ecology Department of the Washington State Attorney General’s Office. Much of his current work focuses on land use and environmental property issues. He also conducts public agency trainings on the state Public Records and Open Meetings Acts. Julie Kamerrer offers experience as a prosecuting attorney, having worked in that capacity for the City of Shelton as well as for Thurston County. She also brings private practice experience in labor and employment issues.
“We are excited to be working with Jeffrey and Julie,” said Fran McNair, executive director of ORCAA. “We are fortunate to be working with such an exceptional firm with solid experience in environmental and administrative law. They will be a great resource for our agency.”
In seeking a new law firm, ORCAA worked with both the Thurston County Bar Association and the Washington State Bar Association. “We had a great list of strong candidates,” McNair said. “In the end, we felt Law, Lyman, Daniel, Kamerrer & Bogdanovich provided the best match to our agency needs.”
Myers and Kamerrer said they were looking forward to the challenges presented by ORCAA. “We are excited to assist ORCAA in its mission to protect air quality and build a sustainable environment in our community,” Mr. Myers said.