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The Vernon Township Board of Education is set to fill a vacancy tomorrow, October 11. The vacancy was created last month when Lori LePera resigned and now four residents are in the running to fill the position.
To choose who should be appointed, the board will be conducting public interviews at 6 p.m. before deliberating to make a decision. According to the New Jersey Herald, the residents who applied include:
- Zoe Heath - a recent Vernon Township High School graduate and VP of the Sussex County chapter of the National Organization of Women
- Kelly Mitchell - a real estate broker and sales associate for Weichert Realtors
- Frank Pietrowski - the buildings and grounds supervisor for Sussex-Wantage Regional School District
- Joseph Sweeney - a corporate VP in insurance and risk management who served on the Board of Education for seven nonconsecutive terms
The person chosen will serve out the remainder of LePera's term which ends December of 2019.
Read the NJHerald.com story here.