Elisabeth Lynch seeks seat on KC school board
MILL HALL — Mill Hall resident Elisabeth Lynch announced she has crossfiled and is seeking both the Democratic and Republican nominations for the Keystone Central School Board seat for District II, which includes Lamar Township and Mill Hall, in the May 21 primary election.
Lynch is best known for her work as the executive project director for Clinton County CleanScapes and as chair of the Mill Hall Planning Commission that spearheaded the Mill Hall train station relocation project to Lock Haven.
Elizabeth is a graduate of Lock Haven University with a BA in Environmental Geology.
She and her husband, Vance, reside at 210 Poplar Lane, Mill Hall.
Elisabeth is a member of the Mill Hall Planning Commission and the Clinton County Planning Commission. She was a volunteer on the 2017 Keystone Central School District Property Services Task Force committee.