Two School Board Races Will Be Contested

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Recent contract negotiations between the school district, including members of the school board, and the Middleton Education Association, of which David Dahmen is vice president/Times-Tribune photo by Matt Geiger

Five people have filed to run for three seats on the Middleton-Cross Plains Area School District Board of Education.

Nomination papers and the Declaration of Candidacy had to be filed by 5 p.m. on Wednesday, Jan. 2.

In Area I, incumbent Jim Greer, 5228 Scenic Ridge Trail, Middleton, will run against David Dahmen, 5621 Dahmen Dr., Waunakee.

In Area III, incumbent and BOE vice president Diane Hornung will run against Fred Zietz, 7734 Welcome Dr., Verona. In Area IV, incumbent and BOE president Ellen Lindgren will run unopposed.

Each year, three seats on the nine-member BOE are up for election. Citizens residing in the areas are eligible to run. The terms are for three years. The spring election will be held on April 2.

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