School Board Seat Expected to be Filled Aug. 6
Board president Bruce Bailey decided the three candidates – Rick Moze, Paul Palama and Brandon Rosner – will be interviewed by the board at a public meeting Aug. 6.
The Greenfield School Board won't go long with only six people on its seven-member panel.
Board president Bruce Bailey, with the direction of the other members, decided the three candidates – Rick Moze, Paul Palama and Brandon Rosner – will be interviewed by the board at a public meeting Aug. 6.
The candidates will have 20 minutes to answer a series of predetermined questions. Following the round of interviews, the board will vote on the replacement for Dave Richlen, who resigned in June when his family moved to Franklin.
The interviews and vote will be held in at the Greenfield School District’s administration center boardroom at 6:30 p.m.
Current board members will vote for the candidate they prefer through a signed paper vote. A coin flip will be used in the event of a tie.
Moze is a former board member who lost his seat this spring when Len Cich, Russ Spahn and Cathy Walsh claimed the top three spots in a six-person election. Palama also ran, but Rosner is a newcomer to the school board scene.