After deciding against holding interviews, the Brown Deer Village Board on June 4 appointed Andrea Weddle to fill the remaining year on the three-year term of Carl Krueger, who was elected village president in April.
The village received applications from seven people seeking appointment to the position. Those expressing an interest in serving were James Allen, Otto Bunge, Barry Godshaw, Lee Jones, Prentice Jones, Bruce Thomas and Weddle.
The candidates each submitted written responses to questions asked by the board. Based on those response, the board selected Weddle, Village Manager Russell Van Gompel said.
Weddle's term will expire in April 2008. She will need to decide whether to seek election for a subsequent three-year term by Dec. 21.
Trustees serve a three-year term and earn $2,100 per year.
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