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Residents may now submit their names for consideration.
Eperjesy resigned earlier this month after leaving his position as vice president of finance and treasurer at Racine-based Twin Disc Inc. for a chief financial officer position at Minnesota-based Arctic Cat Inc.
Eperjesy’s term is up in April 2016.
The Racine Unified School District Board of Education will appoint a person to fill Eperjesy’s spot on or about March 16, according to a press release. Residents interested in the job can submit their names for consideration to a current board member or by calling (262) 664-8715.