School Board's Don Carlson Will Not Run for Re-Election

Carlson will finish his only term on the board in April.

Former city alderman Don Carlson will not run for a second term as a member on the Greenfield School Board in April.

Carlson, an active community member who attends countless school and community activities, filed his non-candidacy papers this week.

"I will continue to serve the students and taxpayers of the Greenfield School District for the next four months and plan to remain actively involved in the community — city and school district — for many years to come," Carlson wrote in an email to Greenfield Patch on Thursday.

Carlson's seat is one of two that will be available in April. Rick Moze, who was reappointed to the board this summer, is also up for re-election. He has not yet decided whether or not to run again.

No other candidates have emerged in the race. Residents have until 5 p.m. Jan. 2, to declare their candidacy.

In the Whitnall School District where there are also two seats available, no candidates, including incumbents Richard Kollauf and Stephanie Richter, have entered the race as of Friday morning.

The Big Cat December 22, 2012 at 04:50 AM
Very sorry to see a great board member who always had a balance between our students and taxpayers at heart. He will be missed.
Veronica Wallace-k December 22, 2012 at 03:57 PM
T/U for your years of community service!
karen k January 03, 2013 at 03:44 AM
Thank you for your service.


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