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Hamilton County, OH November 2, 1999 Election
Board Member; Mariemont City School District

4 Year Term.

The board is a policy-making body, but exercises only those powers delegated to it by state law. It chooses its own officers.

Candidates (Vote for 2)
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Rick Koehler 1,295 votes 34.2%

  • Occupation: President - Architects Plus
  • Education: Indian Hill High School, Bachelor of Architecture Kent State University
  • Active member of the community for 23 years
  • Current member of the Board of Education; currently serving as President
  • Own and operate my own architectural firm for the past 20 years
  • Have raised five children in the Mariemont School System
  • Maintain our smaller class sizes
  • Strive to provide our students with the best faculty available
  • Continue to implement advance placement courses
Marie C. Huenefeld 1,288 votes 34%
  • Occupation: Community volunteer
  • Education:B.S. Ohio University, Journalism
  • School board experience and knowledge of the school district
  • Understanding of educational and financial issues
  • Think independently and am open-minded
  • Have no private agenda
  • Know how to face difficult issues
  • Meet needs of ALL children in the Mariemont City School District.
  • Continue Mariemont's record of outstanding test scores and student achievement.
  • Provide a safe, secure and nurturing environment for district students.
Sue Keffer 1,207 votes 31.9%
  • Occupation: Sec./Treas. Keffer Construction, Inc.
  • Education: Associate in Science, University of Cincinnati
  • 12 years of PTO leadership in 4 of the 5 schools in our district
  • Employment by the Mariemont School District for five years
  • Children currently attending our schools gives me a unique perspective of our school district
  • Children currently attending our schools gives me a unique perspective of our school district
  • Communication, involvement and accessibility with parents, teachers, students and administration
  • Continued incorporation of technology into the curriculum at all grade levels
  • Increased unity through a renewed sense of school spirit/pride

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