Holley incumbents appreciate support in Tuesday’s election, urge residents to be involved in community

Posted 22 June 2018 at 10:14 am


We (Brian Sorochty, Connie Nenni, Kevin Lynch) would like to take this opportunity to thank the residents in the Village of Holley for their continued support and trust they have placed in us by voting to re-elect us this past Tuesday.

We are humbled and honored to have the privilege of serving you, the residents, for the next two years. Our goal was to have this election be about the issues and our plan to move forward. We feel that with the results from Tuesday’s election a great majority of the residents feel we are going in the right direction; a positive direction where efforts put in are recognized and results matter.

Recognizing there is still la lot of work to do and the current projects are really just beginning, we thank you for your vote of confidence. The total vote count, which was higher than any of the recent elections, is very encouraging. Our hope is that this trend continues as people become more and more engaged in our community.

We again want to thank the Orleans Hub/Lake County Pennysaver, all the volunteers, and the Holley School District for their efforts in having the candidate forum. This was an approach that has not been done in Holley before and we feel it was well attended and a success for bringing the issues out in the open so a discussion can be had.

All of these things are good for our community, the more people participate in their community and local government the better we are all for it.

Lastly, we would like to say that if the attention that was brought to this election has inspired residents to get more involved, please attend our Village Board and Planning/Zoning meetings, join our Community Events Committee or our Brownfield Opportunity Area (BOA) Step 2 Steering Committee. All interested residents and business owners are welcome to participate. Thank you to all for your continued support!

Mayor Brian Sorochty

Trustee Connie Nenni

Trustee Kevin Lynch


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