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Eagle Ford: Wolff fills vacancy on appraisal board
Wilson County NewsNovember 21, 2012 | 1,520 views | 1 comment
STOCKDALE -- Ray Wolff, who served as Wilson County auditor for 24 years and resigned from that role July 31, will continue in public service. He has been named to fill the seat vacated by Lynn Ray West on the Wilson County Appraisal District’s board of directors.
West, who announced his resignation in October, served as the Stockdale Independent School District’s (ISD) representative on the appraisal district board for the past nine years.
“Lynn Ray [West] said he was just too busy and after nine years it was just time to get off,” said Stockdale ISD Superintendent Paul Darilek. “We thank him for his excellent job of representing Stockdale ISD. He did a great job for us.”
West also served as the appraisal board director for the city of Stockdale; the city has yet to name his replacement.
Wolff’s appointment was one of two financial agenda items discussed during the Stockdale ISD Nov. 12 regular board meeting.
According to Stockdale ISD Business Manager Becky Stewart after the meeting, Stockdale ISD continues to receive a superior rating in the Financial Integrity Rating System of Texas (FIRST).
Darilek commended the district for this achievement. “Great job by the entire district and business manager Ms. Becky Stewart for being on top of everything,” Darilek said.
Stewart said that no one spoke during a public hearing held prior to the Nov. 12 meeting.
The board also revised the 2012-13 district calendar. Jan. 11 will be a student early release day. This change will enable the Stockdale Junior High School to host the UIL academic meet, Darilek said.
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