Business consultant Christine Cunha is running for a seat on the Bolinas-Stinson school board, competing with three incumbents in an election that will present district voters with a $9 million school bond measure for facilities upgrades. Ms. Cunha, a mother of two, said she’s looking to expand her service to the community after years of engagement as a parent.  David Briggs
In the first contested election in eight years, a business consultant and mother of two will challenge three incumbents this November for a spot on the Bolinas-Stinson school board as the district readies itself for a facilities overhaul. Christine Cunha, an active member of the Fiscal Oversight an

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