School board applications due Jan. 16-Feb. 15
Last updated 1/8/2019 at Noon
For The Record
Applications to run for 2019 school boards in the West Orange-Cove, Little Cypress-Mauriceville and Bridge City school districts will be accepted from Jan. 16 to Feb. 15 at the schools’ administration offices.
Orangefield ISD holds its elections in November.
The same sign-up dates apply in city elections.
Election day is Saturday, May 4 for area school boards and city councils.
A total of eight seats with three-year terms are up for grabs in WOC, LCM and BC.
In Bridge City, At-Large Places 3, 4, and 5, currently held by Rebecca Rutledge, Thad Hill and Jerry McInnis.
All WOCCISD board seats are at-large, with three seats up for election this spring. Those seats are currently held by Linda Pratt-Bryant, Tony Dallas and Demetrius Hunter.
A pair of seats are eligible for newcomers in LCMCISD. At least until May 4, they belong to Rex Peveto and Ray Rogers, Positions 6 and 7, respectively.
For city elections, applications will be accepted from Jan. 16 through Feb. 15 at the respective city halls.
The Orange City Council seats for single-member District 2, single-member District 4 and at-large Place 5 are up for election in 2019.
Those seats are currently held by Brad Childs, Annette Pernell and Bill Mello.
In Bridge City, the Place 1, 3 and 5 seats are up for election. Carl Harbert, Tammi Fisette and Terri Gauthier hold those seats.
The seats of Mayor Roy McDonald, and council members Randy Branch and Frances Droddy-Lopez are the ones set to be decided in 2019 in the City of West Orange.
In Pinehurst, at-large aldermen and T.W. Permenter and Dan Mohon and alderwoman Sarah McClendon are winding down their current terms.