School board focuses on new year, new goals

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By Bob Johnson

The Timber Lake School Board held their regular meeting on Wednesday of last week.

Joe Locken resigned from his position as Northwest Area Schools Cooperative (NWAS) representative due to a conflict of interest regarding fuel purchased from his service station. This contract does not qualify for a waiver of conflict of interest because Locken’s is the only gas station with hours of business to provide fuel for NWAS vehicles in Isabel. That situation makes the contract a non-competitive award, and not eligible for a waiver. The board appointed Bryce Lindskov to be the NWAS representative, with Jake Kraft as alternate. The new appointment corrects the oversight of Locken’s appointment in last month’s meeting.


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