Skala plans to stay in D-158 seat for now
HUNTLEY – Newly elected County Board member Michael Skala will be serving two elected offices when the county swears in the District 158 board president Dec. 2.
Skala, a 14-year district board member, said he wants to stay in his role as board president for the Huntley school district until an ongoing lawsuit with contractors who built the district’s Square Barn Road campus is either settled or goes to trial in early February.
The move means Skala will keep his post as president and simultaneously start serving constituents in the county’s 5th District, unless the lawsuit is settled before early December.
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