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Petitions are out for candidates in Lyndonville, Medina village elections

By Tom Rivers, Editor Posted 1 February 2019 at 3:16 pm

Two villages in Orleans County will have elections for village trustees on March 19.

Medina has two positions for two years on the ballot. The spots are currently filled by Todd Bensley and Owen Toale. They have both taken out petitions to seek re-election. A village resident 18 and older can submit petitions to run for the board. The petitions need to be signed by at least 100 registered voters in the village.

The petitions are due at the village office by Feb. 13.

Voting for the March 19 election will be from noon to 9 p.m. at the Senior Center, the former railroad depot on West Avenue.

Lyndonville also has two trustee positions for four-year terms on the ballot. The spots are currently filled by Darren Wilson and Mary Kage. They have both taken out petitions to run for the board again.

Candidates need to submit petitions signed by at least 25 registered voters in the village. The petitions are due by Feb. 13.

Voting will be from noon to 9 a.m. on March 19 at the Village Hall on Main Street.

The two other villages in the county don’t have elections this March. Albion is in an off election year and Holley has its elections in June.

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