U. S. Federal Judge Dee Drell made the order Thursday afternoon.
Only the board seat in District 6 will be on the October ballot. All other board members will remain until the next regularly scheduled election.
The federal action is in response to the mishap of Ned who was elected last year in a district she does not reside. The state district court vacated her seat as she is not a resident of that district.
Last month, the federal judge made a special order allowing Ned to run again in next fall's election, even if she did not live in the district. However, she must reside in the district by the time she takes office if she wins the election. She has already served a term in the wrong district, living just outside of the district. Her residency was confusing to due 911 addressing errors which listed her on the side of the street which was part of District 6.
Watch for details in Sunday's Journal.