Krall joins North Bennington Prudential Committee

NORTH BENNINGTON — The North Bennington Prudential Committee met last week for the first time after election and welcomed a new board member.

Kim Krall, a parent of two students at the Village School of North Bennington, was elected to the board after running unopposed for the seat previously occupied by John Bullock. Krall has served on the board of directors for the Bennington Early Childhood Center and has acted as North Bennington's Green Up Day coordinator. Bullock is a professor of chemistry at Bennington College, and had served as North Bennington's representative on the Southwest Vermont Supervisory Union Policy Committee.

Incumbent Tim Schroeder was also re-elected, also running unopposed.

After re-organization, Ray Mullineaux remained the chairman of the committee and the committee's representative to the Southwest Vermont Supervisory Union board. Matthew Patterson, who also serves as chairman of the North Bennington Village Trustees, will remain the vice-chair and the alternate SVSU representative. Schroeder will act as board secretary.

Maria Scully replaced Bullock as North Bennington's representative on the SVSU Policy Committee.

The board also decided to table the decision of whether or not to join the SVSU's newly formed formal Act 46 study committee. So far, Shaftsbury has voted to join the committee. Woodford was scheduled to discuss the issue on Tuesday, but did not meet due to the storm. Pownal and Bennington will meet on Thursday to discuss the issue.

Reach staff writer Derek Carson at 802-447-7567, ext. 122 or @DerekCarsonBB


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