Two challengers are seeking the open Seat 4 on the Germantown School Board in the April 2 election. Brian Medved and Jill North are the candidates for the open seat. Both candidates recently answered questions submitted by the Express News.
Kelly (You need to take your time to read my answer, a lot of info.)
First let me say there are no sewer and water plans, to my knowledge from talking with village staff and officials.
The 2013 write in candidates have MISLED you in all their flyers.
Write-in candidates first flyer compared salary for West Bend, Hartford, Administrators and total benefit package for Village of Richfield Administrator. VERY MISLEADING.
From what I heard, only 50 people attended a recent RCRG meeting. That is down by 200 from a previous meeting.
Does that mean they have lost supporters?
Does that mean once people heard their platform they went away for good?
Does that mean they are not relevant to folks who live in Richfield?
Probably YES to all those questions.
Why has the Daily News refused to print this article?
Times Press printed it March 23, 2013.
On March 3, during a rally at Richfield Chalet - Richfield Citizens for Responsible Government (RCRG) allowed a handout to be distributed titled “Salary Comparison” printed on Citizens for Responsible Government (CRG) Network of Milwaukee letterhead stationery. Someone read the details to the audience.
Article from the West Bend Daily News 3-22-13
Richfield goes it alone
Village updating voter records after GAB violates its own deadline
By SARAH MANN Daily News Staff
RICHFIELD — The village will be the only municipality in Wisconsin to update its voter records before voters show up at the polls April 2, according to the state Government Accountability Board.
Both these candidates live in the Village of Richfield.
I am voitng for Deborah Reinbold, School Board President
April 2012 - April 2013 email@example.com
Ms. Reinbold is a graduate of UW Whitewater, receiving a Bachelor of Arts degree with an Emphasis in Graphic Design. She is a part-time Account Consultant. Ms. Reinbold is married and has two children attending Friess Lake School. She has been involved with the PTA at Friess Lake and has chaired the Fall Family Fun Festival fundraiser for the last two years.
Mrs. Reinbold has been a part of a formal orientation program that has provided her with an opportunity to learn as much as possible, in a short period of time, about HUHS, and our strategic direction. She serves as the President for the School Board.
Paul Amberg, School Board Treasurer
September 2009 - April 2013
Mr. Amberg and his wife Joelle currently have a daughter at HUHS and a daughter at Friess Lake School. He has served on the Friess Lake School Board as Treasurer since 2008 and has been involved in a number of other community activities over the past years. Mr. Amberg has a strong belief that being involved in the process is better than sideliner coaching and the more people that get involved in the community the stronger it will be. Schools, churches, local business, and people can make up a strong community if they all work for the same common goal. Mr. Amberg's professional background is in management, architectural and mechanical design. His hobbies are hunting, woodworking and golfing.
Committees: Wisconsin Interscholastic Athletic Association Representative (WIAA)
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