In light of New Paltz School Board president Donald Kerr’s resignation -- tendered on Nov, 7, three days after he was arrested for signing for a package containing eight pounds of marijuana with an estimated street value of $32,000 -- the School Board chose sitting member Patrick Rausch to serve as its president, and former School Board member Barbara Carroll to fill the vacancy left by Kerr until elections could be held in May 2012.
After going into a closed-door meeting last Wednesday to discuss how they might go about refilling the vacancy left by Kerr, the board decided . . .
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