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Former board member pulls papers for election

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Claremont resident Sam Mowbray, a former

Claremont Unified School District board member

who served from 1990-2006, is the latest

possible candidate to pull papers for the upcoming

board election this fall.

 

Mr. Mowbray could likely be the 3rd candidate

in this year’s race as current CUSD board

member Hilary LaConte and Claremont resident

Joe Farrell have already begun their paperwork

earlier this month. Ms. LaConte filed

on July 18th.

 

During Mr. Mowbray’s 16-year tenure on the

board, the Claremont Educational Foundation

(formerly known as EdNet) was formed and

CUSD successfully passed Measure Y in

2000—a $48.9 bond measure that sought to

bring renovation and repairs to district schools.

The former board member decided not to run

for re-election in 2005.

 

This year’s election features 2 open seats

with the terms of Ms. LaConte and Board President

Beth Bingham set to expire in December.

Both board members began their first terms in

2007.

 

The filing period will be open through August

12th.

—Landus Rigsby

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