Candidates for board seats will be unopposed

By 
JOE POIRIER
Ozaukee Press Staff

The ballots are set for the Grafton village, town and school board elections in spring.

The deadline to file candidacy papers for the Tuesday, April 7, election ended at 5 p.m. Jan. 7.

Three seats are open on the Village Board, with Lisa Uribe Harbeck the only incumbent trustee seeking re-election.

Trustees Susan Meinecke and David Liss submitted non-candidacy papers. 

“It’s time to move on,” said Meinecke, who has butted heads with village officials over matters related to open-records requests involving the Grafton Fire Department and her 2018 election bid.

Meinecke has been on the board since 2007.  

Liss, who has been a trustee since 2006, said he is not seeking re-election because of work obligations. 

Joining Uribe Harbeck on the Village Board ballot in spring will be newcomers Amy Luft and Daniel Delorit, both assured of their first full terms as trustees. 

In December, Luft and Delorit applied for a vacant Village Board seat that was filled by Jim Miller. 

Town supervisors Tom Sykora and Tom Grabow are running unopposed in the April election.

Trustees and supervisors serve two-year terms.

Grafton School Board President Paul Lorge and members Steve Nauta and Carrie Walls are running unopposed. 

School Board members serve three-year terms.

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