Wednesday, December 12, 2012
School Board Members Theresa Minutillo and Maureen Sullivan completed their last meeting on Tuesday night.
Theresa Minutillo and Maureen Sullivan retired from the Hoboken Board of Education on Tuesday night. Both Sullivan and Minutillo decided not to run for reelection in last month's elections. "Six and a half years has been a long time," said Minutillo, "I have seen a lot of progress." Minutillo and Sullivan received a standing ovation from their fellow board members and the public. "It has been an honor and a privilege," said Sullivan, whose daughter was in attendance on Tuesday night. "Good luck to all of you." As of next month, Tom Kleupfel and Jean Marie Mitchell will be taking their seats on the dais. Kleupfel and Mitchell ran on the Kids First ticket last month and won the election, as well as incumbent Ruth McAllister.
Wednesday, June 6, 2012
"I just thought it was time to go," Maureen Sullivan said.
After serving one term on the Hoboken School Board, Maureen Sullivan has decided she will not run for reelection. "I just thought it was time to go," Sullivan said. "I don't think the School Board is something people should stay on forever." The next school board elections will be held on election day in November. Sullivan first announced her resignation from the board in a letter in the Hudson Reporter, where she endorsed Liz Markevitch, who will be running for the open seat. Markevitch also ran for school board in 2010, on the Real Results slate. Sullivan was elected to the board for the first time in 2009 when she ran with Kids First members Ruth McAllister and Theresa Minutillo. Both are up for reelection. Sullivan broke with the …