The filing deadline for the spring election is next week, but several questions remain regarding local positions.
Nomination papers are due 5 p.m. Tuesday, Jan. 3.
In the Northern Ozaukee School District, a change in leadership is certain with Board President Paul Krause not seeking re-election.
Krause represents the Village of Fredonia on the board. Newcomer Jennifer Clark has filed nomination papers for that position.
Stacie Stark, who holds the Town of Fredonia seat on the board and is the board vice chairman, has also decided not to seek re-election.
Incumbent Tom Hoffmann, who represents the Town of Saukville on the board, has not yet declared whether he intends to seek another term. The deadline for officeholders to file noncandidacy papers was Friday, Dec. 23.
In the Village of Fredonia, incumbent Village President Don Dohrwardt and Trustee John Long have filed paperwork seeking re-election.
Trustee Neil Wagner has notified the village he does not plan to seek re-election, and Trustee Ryan Mueller has not declared whether he plans to run again.
In the Town of Fredonia, the two-year terms of Town Chairman Richard Mueller, supervisors Chris Janik and Mark Schubert, Clerk Dave Gorton and Treasurer Jean Wills are expiring.
Town officials are anticipating last-minute filings, but none of the incumbents filed noncandidacy papers.
No challengers have surfaced for any town office.