Slate is set for Lyndonville, Medina village elections on March 19
The deadline has passed for candidates to be on the ballot for the March 19 village elections in Lyndonville and Medina.
Lyndonville has three candidates running for two village trustee positions that are for four-year terms. The spots are currently filled by Darren Wilson and Mary Kage. They both want to continue on the board. Kimberly Kenyon also will be on the ballot.
The village elections do not include major party affiliations. Kage is running under the Kage Party, Kenyon under the Pool Party, and Wilson picked the Main Street Party.
Voting will be from noon to 9 p.m. on March 19 at the Village Hall on 2 South Main St.
Medina has two candidates seeking two spots on the board. Incumbents Owen Toale and Todd Bensley are both seeking re-election to two-year terms. They are both running under the Accountability Party.
The election will be from noon to 9 p.m. at the Senior Center, the former railroad depot on West Avenue.
The two other villages in the county don’t have elections on March 19. Albion is in an off election year and Holley has its elections in June.