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Fulks is new Boardman school board member



Published: Fri, July 18, 2014 @ 3:44 p.m.

BOARDMAN

The board of education voted unanimously Thursday to appoint Mark Fulks to fill the seat that was left vacant after the death of the board’s president, Nik Amstutz, last month.

According to Kim Poma, who took over as board president, Fulks was chosen for the seat because of his previous experience as a board member.

“Mark had 16 years as a school board member and was defeated in November. We felt that because we lost an experienced board member, we couldn’t pass up the experience Mark brought,” Poma said. “Although, every candidate we interviewed was very impressive. Boardman would have been well served by any of them.”

The board interviewed a total of seven candidates for the seat.

Because Poma took over as president, the seat of the vice president is now open. The board will elect a new vice president at its next meeting on July 28. Fulks will also be sworn in at this meeting.


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1bordman(2 comments)posted 5 months, 1 week ago

This was a no brainer just keep on recycling trash. the schools in Boardman are a mess and when will the truth come out

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2harleydog(218 comments)posted 5 months, 1 week ago

The voters decided they wanted a change last fall. Why did the board put this guy back in again if the people wanted him out. Ridiculous.

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3taxme(345 comments)posted 5 months, 1 week ago

The schools are a mess? Lol you have to be kidding! Its the best run school system in the valley. Bar none! Vast curriculum that has more offerings than any other school. you have to be kidding me, you definitely don't live in boardman. What an joke.

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4biggieshortlegs(28 comments)posted 5 months, 1 week ago

The "Good Ol Boys" network is alive and well in Boardman schools.

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5republicanRick(1251 comments)posted 5 months, 1 week ago

Same old poorly maintained buildings and grounds, worst sports venues in the valley, good old boy leadership that worries about the status quo, not building and leading into the future.Very sad what has happened, or not happened, over the past 20 years.

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6HSG(139 comments)posted 5 months, 1 week ago

harleydog asks an important question-
Which, of course will be ignored.

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7bulldoggirl(1 comment)posted 5 months ago

i guess i don't see him as voted out as much as the next highest vote getter. none of the other candidates even ran, so obviously this guy wanted it enough to run. i think he only lost by 40 votes or so.

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