Monday, August 6, 2012
The current six members selected him over Brandon Rosner and Paul Palama at a special meeting Monday.
The vote for Dave Richlen’s replacement on the Greenfield School Board came down to experience versus fresh perspective. And experience won out. Former board member Rick Moze was chosen by the six-member school board at a special meeting Monday. Moze collected four votes and Brandon Rosner two. Paul Palama did not receive a vote. Moze will finish Richlen’s term, which expires in April 2013. Richlen resigned in June when he and his family moved to Franklin. Moze finished fourth in the April election behind Cathy Walsh, Russ Spahn and Len Cich, but returns to the board after a four-month hiatus. “I know what’s happening in the district and don’t need to be brought up to speed,” Moze told the six-member board during Monday’s interview process…
Sunday, August 5, 2012
The Greenfield School Board is expecting to name a replacement for Dave Richlen on Monday. Who would be your choice?
On Monday, the Greenfield School Board is expected to vote in a new member, filling the vacancy created when Dave Richlen resigned in June. The three candidates - Paul Palama, Rick Moze and Brandon Rosner - will be interviewed by the existing six board members, and a vote will follow. In April, Palama and Moze who were among six candidates who ran in the general election to fill three spots. Len Cich, Russ Spahn and Cathy Walsh claimed those three seats, ousting incumbent Moze in the process. Which candidate would you like to see the board choose?
Tuesday, July 24, 2012
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 …
Tuesday, July 17, 2012
Bruce Bailey hopes to fill Dave Richlen's vacated seat the week of July 30.
Now that three residents have declared their interest in the Greenfield School Board seat vacated by Dave Richlen’s resignation, board president Bruce Bailey has a tentative plan to fill the void in place. Former board member Rick Moze; Paul Palama, who ran for the board the last two springs; and newcomer Brandon Rosner submitted resumes and cover letters expressing their candidacy to district offices by the 4 p.m. Monday deadline. Bailey hopes it’s smooth sailing the rest of the way. “We want to move quickly to fill that spot,” he said. “We’re going to talk about it at the meeting next Monday.” Bailey said at the July 23 board meeting, he will propose to board members they meet the week of July 30 to interview the candidates in a public …
Saturday, July 14, 2012
The deadline to submit an application is 4 p.m. Monday, July 16.
Two familiar faces and a political newcomer have expressed their interest in joining the Greenfield School Board and filling the spot vacated by Dave Richlen, who resigned last month. Former board member Rick Moze is one of three candidates to submit a resume and cover letter, according to Board clerk Cathy Walsh. Moze finished fourth in April's spring election, finishing behind Russ Spahn, Walsh and Len Cich. Paul Palama, the fifth-place vote-getter in April's election, has also officially expressed his interest in the vacant seat, as has Brandon Rosner. The School Board is expected to review the candidate resumes and will eventually vote on a Richlen's replacement. Greenfield Patch will update this story with a final list of candidates …