BRINNON: New School Board member


BRINNON — Bob Mollerus was sworn in as the newest School Board member, filling one of two vacant seats.

The board is still looking for applicants for the second vacancy, Chairman Robin Springer said.

The vacancies were created by the April resignations of Tina Burt and Martha Wood.

Both former board members cited family reasons for their resignations: Burt’s family is moving to Wisconsin, and Wood wants to spend more time with her husband.

Both positions — and the positions of incumbents Pat Rodgers and Joy Baisch — will be on the November general election ballot. Rodgers and Baisch have said they will run for another four-year term.

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