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Meet Board of Ed Incumbent Lata Kenney

Kenney is running unopposed for a one-year term on the board representing Chatham Township.

Lata Kenney is an incumbent member of the Board of Education of the School District of the Chathams. She is running unopposed to keep her seat on the board as a representative from Chatham Township for a one-year term.

Kenney was appointed to the board after Lara Yates moved out of state in 2010. This is the first time her name will appear on a ballot for the Board of Education. She has an MBA in finance from New York University and formerly worked at JP Morgan Chase.

Incumbent is also running to represent the township for a three-year term. Kim Cronin is challenging him for his seat.

Two seats are available for representatives from Chatham Borough. Board member Richard Connors will run to keep his seat, and , and Jill Weber are also running for the board.

Elections for the Board of Education, and on the budget for the School District of the Chathams, will be held on April 27 from 2 to 9 p.m. Borough residents will vote at Chatham Middle School, and township residents will vote at Gymnasium C at Chatham High School.

April 6 is the last day to register to vote for school elections. Residents who wish to vote using a mail-in ballot, which is available through the Morris County Clerk's office, must send in their requests by April 20. The application can be picked up in person until April 26 at 3 p.m.

Harry April 07, 2011 at 10:15 PM
Vote Yes for Lata. Two kids in the school system and educated herself (MBA) . Just try and remember the retirees who don't have kids in the school system of whom are held hostage to the decisions of the Board via the budget and taxes.

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