Spring-Ford School Board Elects Ciresi President, DiBello Vice President

New members Kelly Spletzer and Todd Wolf were sworn in Saturday.

The Spring-Ford Area School District Board of Directors reorganized Saturday, electing Joe Ciresi and President and Tom DiBello Vice President of the board.

Since 2011, DiBello headed the board and Ciresi served as Vice Chairman.

Ciresi and DiBello were two of three candidates for the Region III Representative to the board in November; Cerisi won by a comfortable margin and DiBello beat challenger Robert Weber by 66 votes.

Judge Walter Gadziki also swore in DiBello and Ciresi for their new terms. 

Newcomers Kim Spletzer, who beat out Edward Dressler in the Republican Primary for Region I, was sworn in with Region II winner Todd R. Wolf, who beat out Helen Karchner.

John Q. Public December 10, 2013 at 07:29 AM
SF area property-tax payers deserve the clowns we elect that tax & spend us into oblivion.
Frank S. Burstein December 10, 2013 at 11:13 AM
If you compared your tax bills over the last few years, you'll see that although they have gone up slightly, it's much better than other communities. Certain costs, go up automatically. The debt raised over four years ago by previous boards is being reduced and the educational goals and accomplishments help to keep property values up and attract newer and younger residents. There will always be people who will see the glass as half empty, rather than half full.
Frank Tobin December 11, 2013 at 08:11 AM
Frank that is because John Q Public is actually some one who lost the primary election to the current board members. And if my hunch is correct was responsible for the high tax rate increases that past boards used to give to us and did nothing to raise the educational goals.
Todd Wolf December 15, 2013 at 07:48 AM
Is the glass half full or half empty? If the glass is currently being filled, it is half full. If the glass is currently being emptied, it is half empty. Otherwise, it is half of one unit of measure … half a glass. The value and purpose of what’s in the glass will determine whether the glass should be filled or emptied. What’s in the glass?


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