The Kankakee County Board has to fill two vacancies. Tuesday, two Republicans resigned because they moved from thee districts they were representing.
Chad Miller, a newcomer to the board, and former Vice-Chairman Todd Arseneau stepped down.
Board Chairman Mike Bossert will have to appoint new members.
Miller is a Bradley resident. He moved just outside the District 22 boundary. Arseneau was serving as Vice-Chair. He moved from District 11 in Herscher to a new district in Bourbonnais.
Miller was just elected to the board last November and Arseneau was in his fifth year.
Chairman Bossert said the Board also elected Roger Hess, of Momence, as vice chairman.
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