D97 board president announces reelection

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By Terry Dean

Staff reporter

District 97 school board member Peter Traczyk, who’s also the board president, announced this afternoon that he's seeking a second term in next April’s election. Traczyk, a certified financial planner, was first elected in spring 2007. That race was uncontested. He’s the second member of the board who’s announced their intentions whether to run or not. Robert Spatz, who was also elected in ‘07, announced in September that he’s running again. Michelle Harton, currently the longest serving member on the board, and Rance Clouser, elected in '07, have yet to publicly announce their plans.  

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Libbey Paul from Oak Park  

Posted: November 4th, 2010 6:25 PM

Agree! Public service these days is a grueling, often thankless endeavor, especially when budget are so tight at local, state and national levels. I am deeply grateful for our entire school board's commitment to producing the best schools possible in the most fiscally responsible manner.

Ray Johnson from Oak Park  

Posted: November 4th, 2010 1:25 PM

This is great news for Oak Park! Peter and Bob are dedicated public servants who are working diligently to move our schools forward. Their leadership inspires all of us to work together on behalf of so many.

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