Juneau Superior Court Judge Amy Mead swore in new members Will Muldoon and Amber Frommherz along with Elizabeth Siddon, who was re-elected to her second term and will continue to be the board president.
About 40% of Juneau’s ballots have been processed.
The scale of this campaign’s finances is more typical of a competitive statehouse race than for Juneau Assembly. The candidate has the support of former Gov. Bill Walker.
Applicants who file and meet all the qualifications will face off in the upcoming municipal election on Oct. 5.
A former Juneau mayor and retired high school government teacher found himself on the other side of this issue from his former student, who’s campaigning for the bond package.
Under the change, families who live in the future Pederson Hill subdivision would send their kids to Riverbend Elementary School.
Three new school board members will be sworn. Elizabeth Siddon, Paul Kelly and Kevin Allen ran unopposed for three open seats on the board in last week’s municipal election.
Former legislative staffer Paul Kelly has filed to run for Juneau’s Board of Education in the Oct. 2 election.
Capital City Fire/Rescue paramedic Paul Kelly testified about responding to trailer C-16 in the Kodzoff Acres Trailer Park in October 2015. Kelly was called as a first responder to help someone suffering from a possible gunshot wound. But the victim, later identified as Brandon Cook, was already dead.
The prosecution says Tiffany Johnson, formerly known as Tiffany Albertson, watched her friend Brandon Cook die on Oct. 20, 2015.