Michelle Yuska, Toledo, will be seeking a third, four-year term on the South Tama School Board in the Sept. 10 school election. She will be unopposed on the ballot.
Yuska represents District 1 which includes much of the City of Toledo located east of U.S. Highway 63 and north of the Tama-Toledo city limits and rural areas north of Toledo to 270th Street and east to M Avenue.
There is no candidate on the ballot for the District 4 post with the position to be determnied by write-in. The filing deadline was Thursday, Aug. 1.
South Tama School District Districts. The area in purple is District 4 for which no candidate has filed for election and the seat will be decided by write-in vote. Directors must live within the borders of the district. The vote is cast district-wide.
Map provided by South Tama School District.
Ron Hala, rural Toledo, has represented the district for two terms.
Director District 4 includes the City of Montour, the Meskwaki Settlement and rural areas west of U.S. Highway 63 from 210th Street to include areas west of Tama. (See map- below)
Yvonne Mallory, rural Toledo, is seeking a 5th term on the Iowa Valley Community College District Board. She is unopposed.
Mallory represents District 6 which includes the South Tama County School District, Brooklyn-Guernsey-Malcom Community School District and the portion of Grinnell-Newburg Community School District described as lying within MS precinct in Poweshiek County.
Also on the Sept. 10 ballot for the South Tama School District is renewal of the Physical Plant and Equipment Levy (PPEL) for 10 years beginning July 1, 2014.
The current levy which expires on June 30 of next years is .23802 cents per $1,000 property valuation.