UPDATE: Retired Farmington Public Schools principal Pam Green and Zach Rich, a Farmington Public Schools graduate, will each serve a six-year term on the Farmington Public Schools Board of Education.
Green outpaced all three candidates in the November 6 race by wide margins, picking up nearly 42 percent of the vote. Rich won his seat with 11,107 votes, more than 1,000 ahead of incumbent Mark Przeslawski and newcomer Jeff Grynaviski.
On Saturday, November 10, trustees will interview candidates to fill a Board of Education seat that opened with the resignation of Jim Stark. Rich, Przeslawski, and Grynaviski have all applied, along with nine other candidates. Read more: TWELVE FILE FOR OPEN FARMINGTON SCHOOL BOARD SEAT
This developing story will be updated as more information becomes available.