3 villages have elections on March 20

By Tom Rivers, Editor Posted 14 January 2018 at 2:48 pm

Positions include mayors in Albion and Medina

Three villages in Orleans County will have elections on March 20. The positions on the ballot include the mayoral posts in Albion and Medina.

Albion has three positions up for election. Mayor Dean London has said he doesn’t intend to seek re-election. Trustees Eileen Banker and Stan Farone also have their trustee spots on the ballot. The Republican and Democratic parties will hold caucuses to nominate candidates. The mayor and trustees are all four-year terms.

In Medina, Mayor Mike Sidari and Trustees Marguerite Sherman and Tim Elliott have their positions on the ballot. The terms are for two years. Residents need to have petitions signed by at least 100 registered voters in the village to be on the ballot. The deadline for submitting petitions to the Village Office’s is Feb. 13.

Lyndonville only has one position up for election. It’s to fill a one-year term as trustee on the Village Board.

Holley is the other village in Orleans County. Holley holds its elections in June.

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