One seat is up for election to the Nicolet School Board with three candidates declared, so a primary election will be held in February to narrow the field to two.
Joseph Kasle, 8610 North Point Drive, Fox Point, president of the Maple Dale-Indian Hill School Board, will not seek re-election to the Maple Dale Board and will run for the Nicolet School Board. Also running is Ellen Redeker, 6601 N. Alberta Ct., Glendale, former president of the Glendale-River Hills School District Foundation. Rounding out the trio seeking a seat on the Nicolet board is Bruce Brocker, 2151 West Bernard Lane, Glendale. Incumbent Mark Majeski will not seek re-election.
School Board terms are for three years and members earn $1,000 per year.
Other area races:
Fox Point-Bayside: Incumbent Michael Weiss, 305 E. Acacia Road, Fox Point, will seek another term on the board. Eliz Greene, 514 E. Community Place, Fox Point, will also run for one of two seats. Members serve three-year terms and do not receive compensation.
Glendale-River Hills: Both incumbents, Bob Roska, School Board president, 7244 N. Seneca Ave., Glendale, and Jean Pereles-Strouse, 7237 N. Wayside Drive, Glendale, will run for re-election unopposed. Terms are three years and members are paid $540 per year. The president, who is elected by the board, receives $600 per year.
Maple Dale-Indian Hill: One seat is open after incumbent Joe Kasle decided not to seek re-election. James LeTart, 621 W. Fairy Chasm Road, Bayside, has declared candidacy for the race. The term is three years, and members are not financially compensated.
The election is April 6.
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