Jamestown (CSi)  The Jamestown Public School Board has confirmed the results of the June 12th elections.

As reported previously rural board member Sedrick Trevithick had moved outside the rural school district, in the Barnes County North District, and ineligible to serve on the board.

Superintendent Rob Lech says, Trevithick’s vacant seat, will need to be filled by appointment  or special election, that would need to be held within 60 days.

The other rural seat, currently held by Greg Allen, had no candidates.

Allen received the majority of write-in votes, and he has agreed to serve another term.

He has served more than 20 years on the school board.

Lech thanked both Brenda Roemmich and Sedrick Trevithick for their services to the district as they leave the school board following last Tuesday’s school board elections.

In other business, the school board will be releasing the long-term planning report.

The school board noted that the district will no longer be deficit spending, due budget cutting.

The meeting was recorded by CSi 10 The Replay Channel with showings to begin Tuesday.