GENESEE COUNTY- By a vote of 4-0, Salvatore Ausiello is the newest member of the Genesee Intermediate School District Board of Education.
As the Genesee Journal previously reported: “The Genesee Intermediate School District had a vacancy on the board due to the death of the late Honorable Judge John L. Conover.
Two applicants have come forward to seek the appointment: David Lossing and Salvatore Ausiello.
Lossing, the former mayor of Linden, ran for state representative and the Mott Community College Board unsuccessfully. He is an active member of the Genesee County Democratic Party.
Ausiello, a current member of the Flushing school board currently serves as Vice President. He is also heavily involved in the school board community serving on the county board association.”
After the interviews were conducted, Board member Larry Ford took the floor to cast his support for Ausiello.
The votes continued and concluded with a unanimous vote for Ausiello.
At the end of the meeting, Ausiello was sworn-in.
Ausiello has served on the Flushing School Board for nearly 30 years.
Picture credit: Flushing Schools website
The seat will be up for election by the 21 districts this June.
According to the GISD website: “The Genesee Intermediate Board of Education is comprised of five individuals elected to serve six-year terms. The body that elects intermediate school district board members consists of one member delegate from the board of education in each of the 21 constituent school districts. The election for intermediate school district board members is held the first Monday in May of alternate years.”