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Village elections set for March

SCHUYLER COUNTY--Village elections are scheduled for March 18 with multiple seats up for grabs in Watkins Glen, Montour Falls and Odessa.
In Watkins Glen, trustee seats set for four-year terms currently held by Democrat Laurie DeNardo and Republican Anthony Fraboni will be on the ballot. While DeNardo has registered to run for reelection Fraboni has decided to retire from public service.
"I have been a trustee for eight years now and it's time for some new blood and new energy. Everybody wants me to run again, but it's a very involved job. I think I served long enough and it's time for some new people." Fraboni said.
Along with DeNardo, fellow Democrat Peter Widynski will be vying against Republican candidates Kristen VanHorn and Robert Carson for the two available trustee positions.
In Montour Falls voters will decide the position of mayor along with two four-year terms on the board of trustees. Mayor John King has previously announced he would not seek reelection as has Trustee Steve Lawton.
"I am just glad that I will be able to see the new wastewater treatment plant go online before I retire. I am one of, if not the last, of the original guys who started this whole process more than a decade ago," King said previously.
Vincent Chicone, the other trustee whose seat is open, has registered to run for reelection as an independent. Chicone is joined by independent candidate James Nolan, and currently they are the only two candidates running for the two available seats. Current trustee James Ryan, also running as an independent, is currently the only candidate registered to run for the four-year term as mayor.
In Odessa Deputy Mayor Thomas Letteer has registered to run for reelection as an independent while Trustee Sally Hill has informed village officials she will not run again. Currently no one has registered to run to fill her seat.





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