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Lwv Queries Candidates For School Board

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It's one eíection after another this year and the f a c t involves members of the League of Women Voters as much as it does the politicians and the electors. Next in line on the local level is the June 12 Board of Education election in which nine candidates will be vying for three seats on the nine-member board. Board President Cecil Warner and Trustees Henry Johnson and Ronald Bishop are those whose terms are expiring. Each is seeking reelection. LWV merabers have contacted each candidate and p o s e d two questions: 1 - The Community High School, Pioneer II, Middle Schools all represent some of the new efforts to meet the education needs of the community. What is your general view of these programs? - 2 - The public library depends primarily on school taxes for its operation. What steps would you recommend to assure its continued support and improvement? Each candidate was limited to no more than 250 words, divided between the questions as desired, to answer the questions. Polis, as usual, will be open from 7 a.m. until 8 p.m. Those in line at 8 p.m. may vote.