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Incumbents fill trustee and judge seats

Wednesday, March 20, 2013 - Updated: 9:19 AM

In the four local villages, incumbent candidates — all running unopposed — proved successful in securing terms on their respective boards. The village of St. Johnsville elected a new judge, while incumbent candidate Jay Meyers retained the seat in Canajoharie.

In the village of St. Johnsville, Michael Battisti received 24 votes in an unopposed run for the position of village justice. The seat was vacated by Nino Palidori, who received one write-in vote. The justice position holds a four year term.

In the vote to fill two spots on the Village Board of Trustees, two incumbent candidates, Martin Callahan and James Castrucci, were elected, with 24 and 21 votes respectively. Both seats carry four year terms.

In the village of Canajoharie, incumbent Jay Meyers received 34 votes in an unopposed run for the position of village justice. The position carries a four year term.

In the vote to fill two spots on the Village Board of Trustees, two incumbent candidates, Ron Dievendorf and Jena Coppernoll, received 30 and 36 votes respectively. Both seats carry four year terms.

In the village of Fort Plain, in the vote to fill two spots on the Village Board of Trustees, two incumbent candidates, Michael Calbet and Marianne McFee, received 29 and 32 votes respectively. Both seats carry four year terms.

In the village of Palatine Bridge, in the vote to fill two spots on the Village Board of Trustees, two incumbent candidates, Dennis Dopp and Elizabeth Shostek, received 13 and 8 votes respectively. Both seats carry four year terms.

—Joshua Thomas

     

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