The Democratic Town Committee announced Tuesday it has begun the process of filling the Board of Education seat vacated by Christopher Watts.
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Watts is the second democrat and third school board member to submit his resignation since the November 2011 municipal election.
Finding a replacement for Watts will begin with an interview process, according to a statement released by Windsor's DTC.
The Committee is currently seeking interested candidates, and plans to interview those candidates on Mon., April 30.
"The Town Committee hopes to find a candidate with a commitment to public educaiton and working to improve Windsor public schools," DTC Chair Leo Canty said Tuesday.
"Experience in education, finances, community relations and other areas that compliment the decisions the (Board of Education) must make are always helpful."
The DTC plans to nominate a replacement for Watts' at its May 3 meeting, and, if approved, that individual will be recommended to the Board of Education for a vote.
Those interested in interviewing for the vacant seat on Windsor's Board of Education are encouraged to contact Democratic Town Committee Chair Leo Canty by calling 860-794-6075 or via e-mail at email@example.com.