Seven Residents Seek Open Seat on School Board
Candidates will vie for seat on the Millburn Board of Education that has been empty since Jean Pasternak resigned at the Feb. 11 board meeting.
Seven residents will vie for the open seat on the Millburn Board of Education, the office of the district's business administrator said Tuesday.
The board will appoint a resident to fill the open seat at the April 11 meeting, school board president Jeffrey Waters explained at the Feb. 25 meeting.
The seat has been empty since Jean Pasternak resigned to focus on family matters at the Feb. 11 board meeting.
At the Monday, March 11 meeting, the candidates will have the opportunity to explain why they are interested in serving on the board and their qualifications, Waters added.
The following residents have submitted letters of interest to Business Administrator Steve DiGeronimo:
- Lucinda Mercer
- Jane Greenwald
- John Westfall-Kwong
- Jay Mattlin
- Emily Jaffe
- Milton Resnick
- Kalani Thielen
The deadline to apply for the open seat was Wednesday Feb. 27 at 4 p.m.