On a night when the Weld Re-8 board of education couldn't agree on what its future composition should look like, it announced it had to fill a vacancy, too.
Board member Kehle Griego stepped down earlier this month. She was not available for comment. But a letter read into the record by board President Susan Browne said Griego resigned because of business-related reasons.
The board was leaning toward a five director, two at-large member makeup for most of the spring. But the board turned that idea down by a vote of 3-2 during a June 24 meeting.
"In my career, I have to maintain confidentiality," she told the board during public comment. "I've seen firsthand the impact the board has on the community, and I thought this would be a chance to make a positive impact."
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