As expected, Mark Griffin has announced his resignation from the Lubbock ISD school board, effective later this month. He has served as a member of the board for 13 years.
Though his term was not set to expire until May of 2008, Griffin decided it is time for the board to encourage new members and a new outlook.
"I don't have any other plans, no announcements other than to say that this journey, this 13 years have been some of the most pleasurable fulfilling meaningful service that I've ever experienced," Griffin said.
It is now up to the board to decide whether or not to appoint a replacement or leave the position vacant until the next election.
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