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Candidates set for village elections

TRI-COUNTY AREA—The final petition deadline has passed and the candidates are set who will appear on the March 15 ballots.
Polling locations will be open noon to 9 p.m. While not all elections have contested races, there will be elections in all villages.
D. Christine Christensen is the only candidate on Penn Yan’s ballot. She is seeking reelection as trustee.
In Dundee, Fred Cratsley Jr. will run unopposed for mayor. Three candidates will also run for two village board seats: Greg Wright, Warren Smith and Jeremy Hill.
Dresden’s Joe Gibson is seeking the position of mayor unopposed. Tony Conley is also running for a board seat.
In Hammondsport, Mayor Emery Cummings is running unopposed for his seat. Trustees Stella Pulver and Bruce White are also seeking reelection.
Three candidates are running for Watkins Glen mayor. Incumbent Judith H. Phillips (Democrat) is running against Mark Swinnerton (Republican) and Richard Scuteri (independent).
There is also a contested race for two board seats. The candidates are David M. Wyre, William E. Smagner, Nick Kelley, Scott D. Gibson and Kevin J. Smith. Nicholas Dugo is also running for village justice.
There is contested mayoral race in Montour Falls as well. Donna Kelley will face off against John King. James Howell Jr. and Ellen M. Mathers will also be running for two board seats.
In Odessa, Keith T. Pierce is running for mayor. Shawn Crane and Robin Thoman are running for reelection as trustees. All three Odessa candidates are unopposed.
Burdett Mayor Dale Walter is running for reelection. Linda Arcangeli is also seeking reelection as trustee. Judy Mangus will also be on the ballot for a second board seat.
Watkins Glen Clerk Donna Beardsley said Schuyler County League of Women Voters is holding a Meeting the Candidates event for the mayoral candidates. It is scheduled for Friday, March 4, at the Watkins Glen Elks Club, at 11:30 a.m.

 

 

 





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