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Black Oak Mine Unified School District board member vacancy

By March 28, 2014

John Foley has announced his resignation as a board member of the Black Oak Mine Unified School District effective March 21. The board has determined that the vacancy shall be filled through a provisional appointment.

To be eligible for consideration, the person must be an adult citizen who resides in Trustees Area I (communities of Georgetown, Kelsey, Garden Valley, Volcanoville and some areas of Greenwood).

The term of the appointment shall be until November 2014, at which time the next regular board member elections will be held.

Interested persons may submit a letter of application addressed to:

Board of Trustees
Black Oak Mine Unified School District
6540 Wentworth Springs Rd.
Georgetown, California 95634

Contents of the letter may include the person’s vital statistics, current or previous participation on committees or boards, community service performed, and reasons for desiring to serve on the Board of Trustees. A professional resume and/or letters of recommendation are not necessary but may be included with the letter of application. A packet of interest can be picked up at the district office at 6540 Wentworth Springs Road in Georgetown between the hours of 7:30 a.m. and 3:30 p.m. For more information, contact the district office at 530-333-8300, ext. 6.

Letters of application are to be received no later than 3:30 p.m., Friday, April 18.

Interviews will be held in an open session of the board, after which, at that same meeting, the board may take action to appoint a candidate.

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