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Michael Irving, a Village Trustee, won the mayor’s seat against fellow Trustee Richard Yastrzemski 477-379.
Trustees Nancy McGann: 536 votes and Bill Hattrick: 626 votes.Valerie Smith, a third candidate, won 49 votes and write in candidate, Jesse Warren received 151 votes. Mr.Yastrzemski will continue to serve on the board for another year.
One of Mr. Irving’s first duties will be to appoint someone to fill the vacant seat that will be created on the five-member panel following Friday’s race. That person will finish the winner’s two-year term on the dais.
Each vote in this election counted and we appreciate you effort to participate. Fewer than 100_>> Please click here to read more
There are three Village Trustee candidates: incumbents Bill Hattrick and Nancy Mc Gann and first-time candidate Valerie Smith. There are two open seats on the Board.
Two candidates for Mayor: current Village Trustee Michael Irving and current Deputy Mayor Richard Yastrzemski.=&0=& For those who are already registered to vote in Southampton Village, Election Day is:
Friday,_>> Please click here to read more
Absentee Ballot Information for the May 16 School Budget & Board Vote and the June 16 Southampton Village Election
SOUTHAMPTON UNION FREE SCHOOL DISTRICT
Budget Vote and Board of Education Election
Tuesday, May 16, 2017
Voting is for (2) members of the Board of Education for (4) year terms and budget.
Wording for the proposed budget:
The $68,954,600 budget would represent a 1.81-percent, or $1,223,136, increase in spending over the current year’s $67,731,464 budget. It would be paired with a projected tax levy of $55,997,906, which represents an increase of $2,321,223, or 4.32 percent, over the current year’s_>> Please click here to read more
How and Where to Register to Vote
• You can register in person at Suffolk County Board of Elections
or at any New York State Agency-Based voter registration center.
• You can call Suffolk County at 631-852-4554 to request a voter application.
• You can download a PDF version of the New York State Voter Registration Form.
• Download English Form ( 280KB)
Alternately, you can complete a PDF version of the New York State Voter Registration Form on-line by clicking on the link below,_>> Please click here to read more
Thanks to the interest and support of many, the straw poll that occurred October 29th regarding the proposed merger of the Southampton and Tuckahoe School Districts was rejected by the Southampton voters.
In the Southampton School District, 1075 voted against the merger and 693 voted for the merger.
The lack of clarity of terms, scant details on savings and no safeguards over future cost increases meant that approving the straw poll would have irreversibly moved the merger forward, regardless_>> Please click here to read more