The paperwork needed to run for the vacant trustee seat in the April 3 election is due at Village Hall by Tuesday.
Terms for Village Trustees Richard Foster and Kevin Buckley are ending, and while Foster is seeking re-election, Buckley is not. Village Board seats are three-year terms, and the salary is $600 per year.
Nomination papers can be picked up at Village Hall Tuesday, as Village Hall is closed this weekend and on Monday.
Nomination papers are also required for Whitefish Bay School Board candidates. The three School Board seats available currently belong to board President Kathy Rogers, and board members Pamela Woodard and Gerry Steele.
Rogers and Woodard have both filed re-election papers, and resident Anne Berleman Kearney has also filed nomination papers to run in the election. Steele has not said whether she intends to seek another term, and any election filings she would have made are unavailable because district offices are closed for winter break.
School Board terms are three years long. The salary for president is $1,250, and the salary for a member is $1,200.
The Village Board is also seeking qualified residents to fill vacancies on the Environmental Advisory Commission and the Architectural Review Commission. The application for those commissions can be downloaded here.