G-C board member will vacate spot after winning council seat


Next step: Kent Fisk (left) talks to David Murphy while awaiting election results Tuesday night at the Hancock County Courthouse Annex. Fisk will be leaving his position on the Greenfield-Central School Board after winning a seat on the Hancock County Council. (Tom Russo/Daily Reporter)

GREENFIELD — Kent Fisk’s victory in the Hancock County Council race Tuesday leaves the Greenfield-Central School Board with a decision to make.

Fisk, who currently holds the District 2 seat and serves as assistant secretary on the school board, will vacate that position Jan. 1 to join the council. His final board meeting is Dec. 10.

As a result, the board must appoint someone to fulfill the remainder of Fisk’s term, which ends Dec. 31, 2014.

That could mean a second chance for a candidate defeated in one of the two G-C school board races Tuesday.

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