School Board Incumbents Seek Re-Election

School Board members Frank Carini and Paul Mason will be on the ballot April 2; no other candidates have yet filed nomination papers.

Both members of the Oak Creek-Franklin School Board whose terms expire in April will seek re-election.

Frank Carini and Paul Mason have turned in the necessary paperwork to be on the ballot in April, Superintendent Sara Burmeister said.

No other candidates have yet emerged.

Carini, the school board president, was first elected in 2007, while Mason has been on the board since 2003.

Nomination papers must be turned in by 5 p.m. Jan. 2. If more than four people file papers, a primary would be held Feb. 19. The general election is April 2. 

School Board members are elected to three-year terms and receive $420 per month.

Kolday December 17, 2012 at 12:16 AM
Ok Oak Creek, time to step up and deal with the Oak Creek ineptness.
vocal local 1 December 17, 2012 at 01:02 PM
Are you kidding Kolday? OC residents step up to the plate? No, they don't even vote on local issues. It was my understanding that Mason wasn't going to run. Apparently they couldn't find a replacement. Plus, there won't be any debates sponsored so that new comers can challenge the dead beats that can't think out of the box or do their homework.


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