Waukesha School Board President Dan Warren announced his resignation at last week's School Board meeting.
Warren will officially step down January 1, 2014, before he and his wife relocate their primary residence to Florida.
Warren has served on the school board for 21 years.
His current three-year term was set to expire in April 2015.
The remainder of his term is expected to be filled by school board appointment.
He also served on the city's Water Utility Commission for 24 years.
Warren recently didn't seek another appointment on the Water Utility Commission.
Former Alderman and Common Council President Paul Ybarra has replaced him.
"We appreciate the almost 25 years Dan Warren has given to the Waukesha community," said Water Utility General Manager Dan Duchniak. "He has spent countless hours advocating for the residents of the City of Waukesha as a water commissioner leading the effort in dealing with radium and the search for a new water supply. His leadership and vision will be greatly missed as he moves on to the next chapter of his life."
For a feature on Warren with thoughts on his time serving on both the School Board and Water Utility Commission over the years, see next week's Waukesha Now.
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