The deadline to run for the Shorewood School Board and Village Board is Wednesday.
Three School Board and two Village Board seats are up for re-election on the April 2 ballot.
Trustee Patrick Linnane said he will seek re-election while Trustee Ellen Eckman said she will not after 12 years on the Village Board.
Both School Board President Rob Reinhoffer and Vice President Colin Plese told Patch they plan to seek re-election to the School Board.
A seat vacated by Michael Mishlove and later filled by Paru Shah — appointed by the board — will also be on the ballot. The candidate who finishes third in the election will fill Shah's new seat and continue to complete the seat's term, which ends in April 2014. At that point, that board member’s seat will once again be up for re-election for a three-year term.
School Board members earn $1,000 annually and the board president earns $1,200. Those interested in running for School Board can find more information at the Shorewood School District, 1701 E. Capitol Dr., (414) 963-6921.
Trustees serve three-year terms and make $1,000 annually. Find more information about running for the Village Board by visiting Village Hall located at 3930 N. Murray Ave., (414) 847-2608.
Paperwork is due by the end of the day of business, 5 p.m. at Village Hall, and the Superintendent's office.