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Written by BILL SCHANEN IV   
Wednesday, 14 May 2014 18:24

    The Port Washington-Saukville School Board chose a new president Monday but has yet to find a person to fill a vacancy left by the resignation of its former leader.

    Carey Gremminger, the board’s vice president, was elected president by her fellow board members. Brenda Fritsch was named vice president.

    Gremminger succeeds Jim Eden, who served as president for two years before stepping down from the board in March to focus on professional responsibilities.

    Because Eden resigned mid-term, the board intends to appoint his replacement — if it can find one.

    The board, which is currently operating one person short of its nine members, had planned to make the appointment by mid-April but hasn’t received any applications.

    Part of the challenge, administrators said, is that Eden represented a relatively small portion of the district comprised of parts of the towns of Saukville and Grafton. With only about 350 registered voters living in the area, there is a relatively small pool of potential board members, administrators said.

    Although board members are elected at large, they represent geographical areas within the district.

    For now, the board intends to keep looking for a new member. Applications are available at the district office, 100 W. Monroe St., Port Washington. Questions should be directed to Supt. Michael Weber at 268-6005.

    If a board member is not appointed by the April 2015 election, a write-in candidate could fill the vacancy, Weber said.Daily-Press

    There are other options, although none of them seem to appeal to board members.

    The number of board members could be reduced from nine to seven, even five, or the representation areas within the district could be reconfigured by, for instance, combining the portion of the district that includes the towns of Saukville and Grafton with the Town of Port Washington. Both options require petitions signed by 100 registered voters and referendums.

 
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