Holley will elect 2 trustees today
HOLLEY – There is an election today in Holley with four candidates running for two trustee positions on the Village Board.
The trustee terms are for two years. Polls are open from noon to 9 p.m. at the village office, 72 Public Square.
The candidates all have experience on the Village Board. One of them, Stanley “Skip” Carpenter, has served as mayor three times and also was a trustee. Carpenter is running under the Independent Party.
Former village trustees Nancy Penna, People’s Party, and William Quaranto, Family Party, also are vying for trustee. Incumbent Brian Sorochty, Taxpayer Party, is seeking a full term. He was appointed to the board in March after Lewis Passarell resigned. Sorochty served on the Planning Board before Mayor John Kenney appointed him to be trustee.