Mattingly sees technical education, overcrowding as big issues
By Stephen Lega
Tuesday, October 7, 2008 at 7:00 pm
Joe Mattingly has been a member of the Marion County Board of Education since 2005, and he hopes voters in District 4 will re-elect him Nov. 4.
Mattingly is running again "to continue to be an active part of something very important to all of us - the education of our children, our future."
Mattingly, 54, has been a small business owner for 32 years, and in addition to serving on the school board, he is a member of St. Charles Church and the Knights of Columbus.
"I consider our kids the future of our community and of this Commonwealth," he said.
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