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School board member resigns

Todd Hanson

Todd Hanson

The Cedar Springs Board of Education is looking for a replacement for Todd Hanson, the board’s vice-president.

According to his resignation letter, which was effective Monday evening, Hanson resigned due to the sale of his home and moving out of district. He said there was not another reason.

“I have served the community of Cedar Springs for 5 years as a member of the board of ed,” he wrote. “I have enjoyed my time and I believe we have a great school system. Although I have to resign, I am confident that CSPS will continue to be a strong district and keep moving forward under the leadership of Dr. Laura VanDuyn. I was looking forward to getting to know her and working with her on district goals. I have also enjoyed working with all the other board members, administrators, teachers and support staff of CSPS. Collectively we have accomplished a lot in the last 5 years, especially considering the tight fiscal constraints that the state and district have been under. Thank you for allowing me to serve the community and I wish you well.”

Whoever is appointed to the fill the position will serve until December 31. Please see ad in this week’s POST, page 3, for more information.

 

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