Andrew Lindstrom, who served seven years on the District 233 school board before his employer forced his resignation, will again take a seat on the board.
He was selected from four finalists who interviewed for the vacant school board position during a special meeting of the board on Thursday, July 14. A fifth candidate who was invited to come before the board failed to appear.
Lindstrom will be sworn in at the Aug. 16 board meeting.
“On behalf of the Board of Education, we are pleased to announce . . .
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