Six trustees sworn in for new terms in Howard
By Press Times Staff
HOWARD – An honorary swearing-in ceremony for six Howard village trustees elected this spring to new terms was conducted Monday, April 22, by Municipal Judge Gregg Schreiber.
Maria Lasecki (Wards 1-2) is the only new board member of the six elected April 2 after winning a write-in campaign for a two-year term.
Ron Bradael, who decided not to seek re-election to that board seat, was in the audience for the ceremony at the start of the board meeting.
Trustees Chris Nielsen (Wards 3-4), Adam Lemorande (Wards 13-14 and 18) and Craig McAllister (Wards 15-17) also took their oaths of office after being re-elected for two more years.
Trustees John Muraski (Wards 7-8) and Scott Beyer (Wards 9-10) were sworn in for one-year terms upon winning elections this year after being appointed to the board last year.
Beyer first took his seat on the board last July when he was appointed to replace Jim Lemorande, who passed away in June.
Muraski was appointed to the board last September to fill the vacancy created following the resignation of Mike Hoppe.
Only two of Howard’s eight trustees – Cathy Hughes (Wards 5-6) and Ray Suennen (Wards 11-12) – were not up for election this spring.