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Mo Valley board retains president
Wednesday, December 5, 2012
By Annie Lynn Staff Writer
HOUTZDALE - At the reorganization meeting of the Moshannon Valley School Board last night, Ruth Saupp was elected temporary president, serving only until the board elected the board president for 2013. A motion then carried to elect Rodney Kitko to serve another term as president. Voting in the affirmative were members Ruth Saupp, Robert Reed, Stacey Williams, Rodney Kitko, Larry Saupp and Cassandra Kitko.
Albert Adams, Kris Bacher and Nathan Dotts were absent.
A motion carried for Ruth Saupp to serve as vice president with all members present voting yes. Meetings will continue to be held on the third Monday of the month at 7 p.m. with the exception of June, when the meeting will be held on June 24. The 2013 reorganization meeting will be held on Dec. 3, 2013. All members present voted in the affirmative for the motion, including Nathan Dotts, who came later to the meeting.
Motions also were approved for Rodney Kitko to serve as the board representative to the Clearfield County Career and Technology Center with Larry Saupp to serve as alternate; for Ruth Saupp to serve as representative to the Central Intermediate Unit Number 10 and Stacey Williams as alternate; and for Cassandra Kitko to serve as representative to the Pennsylvania School Board Association. Rodney Kitko noted the committee members will be appointed at the January meeting.
The board also met for the regular meeting. District Superintendent, Tonya DeVecchis-Kerr, reported that she had received two proposals Monday from Penelec regarding restoring electricity to the elementary school. She said both proposals were for underground lines, with the first proposal having the line following the current path and the second proposal having the line beginning at the corner of the football stadium and following a different path.
Motions passed for Penelec to install underground electrical cable to restore electrical service to the elementary school and to authorize execution of any easements needed, to be approved by President Kitko.
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