The Kodiak Island Borough School Board is seeking a new member. Todd Hailey, the board’s treasurer, has resigned and moved out of town.
The board is taking applications from interested borough citizens until next Monday, and plan interviews and an appointment in two weeks, on July 21st. Interested applicants can submit a letter of interest to the school district’s central office.
The new appointed member will serve until the October municipal elections, when the seat will come open for a three-year term.
Hailey was himself appointed to the board because of a vacancy, and his term would’ve expired this October.
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