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December 23, 2021

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Written by Bradley Schlegel, Staff Writer
December 01, 2021

            Uncertainty looms over next week's Upper Perkiomen's School Board reorganization meeting. Five days before the Dec. 6 meeting, the results of four races have yet to be certified by the Pennsylvania Department of State.

            District officials have not been officially informed of the four winners, according to board President Melanie Cunningham. Normally, a winning candidate receives a notice of congratulations in the mail. She said Wednesday morning that she is not sure if the winning candidates can join the board without proper certification.

            However, Cunningham said she expects to take the oath of office during the meeting, scheduled for 7 p.m. Monday at the middle school in the Sandra M. Kassel Auditorium. She expressed confidence that the situation regarding the certification would be resolved by then. Cunningham also said she expects to continue as board president.

            Candidates can't legally take their seats until the results are certified, according to Melissa Melewsky, media law counsel for the Pennsylvania NewsMedia Association. She said an official winner can't be declared until certification is complete. 

            However, district officials expect the swearing-in to proceed as planned, according to ...



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