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Camino seeks new board member applications

By From page A8 | December 27, 2013

Renée Day, a member of the Camino Union School District Board of Trustees, submitted a letter of resignation effective Dec. 31.

The Camino Union School District Board of Trustees would like to fill this vacancy through a provisional appointment. All interested residents of the Camino Union School District are encouraged to apply.

To apply for this appointment to the board, submit a provisional appointment application to Eric Bonniksen, superintendent of the Camino Union School District by 4:30 p.m., on Wednesday, Jan. 8. The provisional appointment application is available at the Camino Union School District and on the Website at caminoschool.org on the Board of Trustees page.

If you have questions about this process you may call or email Jody Westfall at 530-644-4552, ext. 213, ([email protected]) or stop by the CUSD District Office at 3060 Snows Road, Camino. To be eligible for this public service position, the applicant must live in and be a registered voter in the Camino Union School District of El Dorado County.

In the provisional appointment application, the applicant is asked to answer questions relating to the position. Applicants are also encouraged to provide any other information they feel would be relevant to the Board’s consideration of their application.

Persons interested in applying are encouraged to contact Eric Bonniksen, superintendent, at (530) 644-4552, ext. 203.

All applications for a board position are public information in accordance with the Public Records Act and the Brown Act.

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