December 11, 2013
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It may start to get a little harder for Blue Ridge to work out bus contracts now that the Lewis family is out in force. No fewer than 3 members of the large and prominent clan now have seats on the Blue Ridge School Board.
The Board met to reorganize itself on December 3rd, welcoming 3 brand-new members (2 of them Lewises), as well as 3 re-elected incumbents.
Susquehanna Community School Board came together for its Reorganization Meeting on Wednesday, December 4, from 7:05 to 7:09 p.m. When the smoke cleared it was evident that voters and board members were and are contented with the status quo. Sitting school board president Steven Stanford was chosen to chair the Reorganization Meeting. Following roll call of school board members, school board members re-elected in the November 5 Municipal Election were sworn-in: Lori Canfield, Amanda Cook, Carol Jackson, and Clay Weaver.
With that swearing-in accomplished, nominations for new president of the school board were accepted. Steven Stanford received the only nomination, was unanimously re-elected, and immediately sworn in for a fresh term by Secretary Evelyn Cottrell.
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