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Steven Neumiller

FOR THE RECORD (September 13, 1995): A photograph of Steven Neumiller, candidate for a District 81 School Board seat, was inadvertently omitted from Tuesday’s Spokesman-Review. In the interest of fairness, the photo appears here. (photo of Steven Neumiller ran with correction)

Personal: Age 45 … born and raised in Kenosha, Wis. … owns business, Inland Northwest Proposal Development … former director of career planning and placement at Casper College in Casper, Wyo. … South Hill resident … Spokane Area Chamber of Commerce … Spokane Economic Development Council … Inland Northwest Development Council … Human Services Advisory Board for city of Spokane … Citizens Advisory Council for Washington State Department of Alcohol and Substance Abuse … Divorced, one child.

Education: Bachelor’s degree in political science from University of Wisconsin … master’s in psychology from University of West Florida.

Finances: Missed deadline for filing required forms.

Issues: Special-education students in regular classrooms: Wants more information on the issue.

Safe schools: Safety is important, but if decisions are made without involving students and parents the school district is making a mistake.

Computers-in-schools tax: Won’t say whether he voted for or against the tax in 1994. Says district should find money other than taxes to buy computers.

His guiding lights: Quality and efficiency. Supports substance abuse prevention programs.

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