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TRI-COUNTY AREA   ADVERTISEMENT

Villages set candidates for March elections

    TRI-COUNTY AREA—Villages have announced the candidates for the 2012 village elections on Tuesday, March 20.
    Penn Yan will have Richard Stewart, Christine Christensen, Michael Christensen and Dave Reeve running unopposed for the trustee positions which each of them currently occupy. Reeve’s trustee seat is for a two-year term. The other three are for four years. Danny Hibbard will also run without opposition for the village justice seat he currently holds. The term length for that position is four years.
    Dundee will also feature all candidates running unopposed for seats they currently hold. Larry Howell and Judy Duquette will seek reelection as village trustees. Paula Seeley is running for another term as village justice. Howell, Duquette and Seeley’s seats all have a four-year term length.
    In Dresden, the only position up for election is Tom McGuigan’s trustee seat for a two-year term. However, McGuigan choose not to run again and nobody else submitted a petition to the village by the Feb. 7 deadline. The election will be decided among the write-in candidates who choose to come forward before voting is scheduled to take place.
    Hammondsport has two board seats open for election. Anne Green will seek reelection. Rachael Nichols will run for the position being vacated by Larry Foster.
    The only contested election in Schuyler County will be in Burdett. Incumbents Laurence Jaynes and Ruth Gavin are running, as well as newcomer Diane White.
    In Watkins Glen, incumbent Paul Clifford and new candidate Anthony Fraboni will be seeking election. Incumbents Phil Smith and James Ryan are also seeking reelection in Montour Falls for their seats. In Odessa, Thomas Letteer Jr. and Sally Hill are seeking election of two seats that are being vacated.
    Each of the villages will be holding elections in their respective village hall. Polls for each election will be open from noon to 9 p.m.

 

 

 

 





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