FAIRBURY – The Fairbury Public Schools Board of Education is looking for a new member.
The board accepted Alan Stall’s resignation during its regular meeting Monday evening and will begin accepting applications for a replacement. Board President Vickie Banahan said they will take applications through July 5 with the hope of having a replacement in place in time for its next regular meeting on July 10.
Also during the meeting the board selected First National Bank to provide a line of credit for the first phase of its building projects. Superintendent Stephen Grizzle informed the board that the part of that construction involving improvements at Central Elementary will be delayed a year.
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Banahan said the bids the district received were more than $300,000 higher than what they had expected.
The board also approved a ten cent increase to lunch prices for the coming school year and approved updates to board policies relating to personnel matters.