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Littleton Public Schools' Board of Education will remain unchanged after the fall election, after no challengers emerged against the three members whose terms run out this year.
The incumbents will automatically retain their seats for another four-year term, and no school board election will be held, said LPS superintendent Brian Ewert.
The incumbents are President Jack Reutzel, Vice President Carrie Warren-Gully, and Treasurer Kelly Perez. Their new terms, which will be their last due to term limits, will expire in 2021.
Secretary Robert Reichardt and Assistant Secretary Jim Stephens will be up for re-election in 2019.
The board canceled the uncontested election at a brief special meeting on Sept. 6 after nobody registered to challenge the seats by the Sept. 1 deadline.
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