Former mayor challenges incumbent in Holley
Several candidates running for Holley Village Board
HOLLEY – Skip Carpenter, a former Holley mayor and current village trustee, is challenging John Kenney, the incumbent, in the June 17 village election.
Carpenter is running under the Independent Party and Kenney is on the ballot under the Family Party.
The race for a two-year term as mayor highlights the election, but there are also five candidates seeking two trustee positions. The incumbents – David Dill under Citizens Party and Don Penna under Justice Party – face challengers Connie Nenni (Peoples Party), Kevin Lynch (Happy Party) and Shawn O’Mara (Taxpayer Party).
The election will be from noon to 9 p.m. at the Village Office, 72 Public Square.