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Nevis School Board to review candidates for open seat July 20

As of Thursday, four candidates filed for the seat held by Justin Isaacson who resigned at the June meeting.

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The Nevis School board will be appointing someone to fill Justin Isaacson's seat until whoever is elected in November starts their term in January.
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The Nevis School Board has scheduled a work session at the school Wednesday, June 20, from 8 a.m. until noon, for the purpose of interviewing potential candidates for the vacated school board position previously held by Justin Isaacson.

The board will be appointing a replacement to fill Isaacson’s seat until Jan. 1, when the position will be filled by whoever is elected to the seat on Nov. 8.

Isaacson’s seat will be on the November ballot, along with seats currently held by Gary Stennes, Ed Becker and chair Andy Lindow. Filing for those seats is open Aug. 2-16.

The agenda on Boardbook and the school website under the “district” and “school board” tabs listed the applicant interview schedule, as of Thursday, July 14, as follows: 8 a.m. Dave McGee, 9 a.m. Aimee Plumley, 10 a.m. Tara Wolff and 11 a.m. Marvin Vredenburg.

Candidates had until Friday, July 15 to file for the seat.


For anyone who wants to join the meeting via Zoom, the login information is as follows: Meeting ID is 972-9253-2860, password is zYRQj9.

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Lorie Skarpness has lived in the Park Rapids area since 1997 and has been writing for the Park Rapids Enterprise since 2017. She enjoys writing features about the people and wildlife who call the north woods home.
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