Particular election day is Could 16, and there are a selection of candidates operating for college board positions all through Lane County.
Listed below are the 38 open positions on smaller college district boards throughout the county.
Blachly College District #90
The Blachly College District has three board seats up for election. All three races are uncontested. Two candidates are in workplace. These elected will be a part of the seven-member college board.
Ciara Clark, operating for Zone 1, owns Wool & Conceal Leather-based Co. LLC and has a background in cosmetology. Clark holds a enterprise diploma from Western Oregon College.
Zone 3 re-election candidate Lenae Sjostrom is a medical assistant. She was first elected to the board in 2019.
Beverly (Effa) Schiesser, a reelection candidate for Zone 4, is a retired particular training instructor. She was first elected to the board in 2019.
Creswell College District No. 40
The Creswell College District has 4 board-for-election seats on the seven-member board. Three present councilors are operating for re-election.
Kandice A Lemhouse Worsham, operating unchallenged for re-election in place 1, is the Human Relations Practices Supervisor for Bails & Associates LLC. Lemhouse Worsham was first elected in 2019. She can also be a board member of the Creswell Training Basis and a member of the Creswell Booster Membership.
For place 2, two newcomers will battle it out: Ronald Colletti, proprietor and president of Full Circle Property Administration Inc. and a navy veteran, and Sarah Cox, who works as the pinnacle of operations for a secret society, in line with her candidacy.
For place 3, operating in opposition to incumbent Debi Wilkerson is Margaret Michele Colletti, a veteran proprietor and secretary of Full Circle Property Administration Inc. who’s married to Ronald Colletti. Wilkerson was first elected in 2019 and is on the Creswell Excessive College Booster board. Wilkerson additionally beforehand labored in training.
Operating unchallenged for place 7 is Mary Stayton, who works on the College of Oregon.
Crow-Applegate-Lorane College District #66
Crow-Applegate-Lorane has two council seats up for election. These elected will serve on a five-member board.
Karen Bodner, who’s a retired groundskeeper, runs in opposition to incumbent Doug Perry for place 1. Bodner beforehand ran within the 2021 particular election for the Lorane Rural Hearth Safety District however misplaced. Perry can also be retired and is a former firefighter assistant. He was first elected in 2019.
David A. Fowler is operating unopposed for re-election in place 2. He served the Eugene Water and Electrical Board for 22 years and was first elected to the board in 2019.
Fern Ridge College District No. 28J
The Fern Ridge College District has two board seats up for election. These elected will be a part of a five-member college board.
Operating in opposition to incumbent Vice President Jacqueline Turle for the first place is Kathleen Pizzola, who runs a homeschool cooperative and is a former instructor at Fern Ridge Center College. Turle has 30 years of expertise in each Okay-12 and better training as a former principal and educator.
Lisa McCann, a retired elementary college instructor, is operating in opposition to incumbent Lorrie Daniels, an accountant at Moss Adams LLP, for the 5 place.
Junction Metropolis College District #69
The Junction Metropolis College District has 4 positions up for election on its seven-member board.
Ryan Ceniga is operating unopposed for re-election for place 1. Ceniga is a Lane County Commissioner, representing West Lane County. He was first elected to Junction Metropolis’s board of administrators in 2021.
Two persons are operating for place 2, an unexpired deadline: Alaire Fajardo, who was named to the seat in 2022, and Jim Anderson, who owns a number of companies together with Grass Mulch LLC and JRA Land LLC. Fajardo ran for election in 2021, however misplaced. She was then nominated to the place in March 2022. She serves on the board of Each Youngster Lane County.
Operating in opposition to incumbent President Daniel Allred for place 4 is Jesse C. Springer, a rental territory supervisor at Pap Materials Dealing with. Allred works for the Eugene Springfield Hearth Division. He was first elected to the board in 2015.
Wendy Waddell is operating unopposed for re-election in place 7. Waddell is the proprietor of AmeriSpec Inspection Providers and has served on the board since 2014.
Lowell College District #71
The Lowell College District has two positions open for election to serve on the five-member board. Each races are unchallenged holders.
Suzanne Kintzley, operating for re-election at place 1, was first elected in 2015. She is a industrial actual property agent.
Dionne Plahn, operating for re-election at place 5, is an workplace supervisor for Tumac Inc.
Mapleton College District #32
The Mapleton College District has three board seats up for election. All three races are uncontested.
The one newcomer on this district’s election, operating for place 3, is Abbie Kimble, a stay-at-home mother of two.
Looking for election for place 4, an unexpired time period, is Maree Beers, a program supervisor at Monetary Beginnings Oregon who at present sits on the board.
Michelle Holman, who has spent greater than 35 years on the varsity board, is searching for re-election in place 5.
Marcola College District #79J
The Marcola College District has two board seats up for election. Each races are unchallenged holders.
Amy Johnson, baby and household therapist, is operating for re-election in place 1.
Shad Turner, a former soccer and monitor and subject coach, is operating for re-election at place 2.
McKenzie College District #68
The McKenzie College District has 4 board seats up for election.
Operating in opposition to incumbent Danna Brownell for place 1 is Taya Brock, proprietor of Takoda’s Restaurant. Brownell was first elected in 2021 and is a medical follow government.
Two candidates are operating for place 2: Kail Harbick, proprietor of the Ark77 Restoration Middle and Harbick’s Nation Inn, and Sarah Mackenzie, social employee and household program supervisor.
Operating in opposition to incumbent Alyssa Brownlee for place 3 is Max Metcalfe, director of operations at McKenzie River Rock Quarry. Brownlee is a small enterprise proprietor who was first elected to the board in 2015.
Justin Barker, who works at Inexperienced Mountain Grills, races in opposition to incumbent Jason Wickizer for place 5 on the board. Wickizer works for the Oregon Division of Transportation and the Oregon Division of Forest.
Oakridge College District No. 76
The Oakridge College District has two board seats up for election.
Maggie Curtis, a registered nurse who at present serves on the board, and August Reed, a licensed nurse’s assistant, battle it out for the highest place on the varsity board.
Three candidates have utilized for place 4. Jayme Martin is an administrative assistant and former college board secretary. Ken Wright is a retired highschool instructor and veteran. Jeri A. Reed is a CARES early childhood instructor on the College of Oregon.
College District No. 1 of Nice Hill
The Nice Hill College District has two board seats up for election. Each races are uncontested.
Incumbent John Oldham is operating for re-election in place 1. He owns Oldham Crane Service Inc. and was first elected in 2007.
Jennifer Woodland, a particular process x-ray technologist, is making use of for place 3.
Siuslaw College District No. 97J
The Siuslaw College District has 4 board seats up for election.
Operating in opposition to present board member Brian Lacouture for the #1 place is Devon Weinstein, who beforehand labored for Lane County’s Head Begin. Lacouture is a basic contractor with greater than 20 years of expertise.
Incumbent Robert Sneddon is operating in opposition to Tamara Cole, who works at BJs Ice Cream, for place 3. Sneddon works in radio broadcasting and was first elected in 2019.
Operating in opposition to present board member Frank Armendariz for place 5 is Josh Haberly of Haberly Portray. Armendariz is a retired river information.
Operating in opposition to incumbent Dianna Pimlott for place 7 is Jason Wooden, a voice and piano teacher. Pimlott is a director of pharmacy and infusion companies who was elected in 2019.
South Lane College District #45J3
The South Lane College District has 4 council seats up for election.
Tammy Hodgkinson, a former instructor, is operating unopposed for re-election in place 1.
Three candidates have utilized for place 3. Martha Allen is a Retirement Care Supervisor. Incumbent Dustin Bengston is in authorities service and was first elected in 2019. Duane Taddei is a locomotive engineer and president of the Brotherhood of Locomotive Engineer’s & Trainmen.
Joe Tucker, a security supervisor for Umpqua Roofing, runs unchallenged for place 6.
Operating in opposition to incumbent Gary Mort for the seventh place is Tina Murphy. Mort is a professor at Lane Neighborhood Faculty who was first elected in 2011.
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