Slate set in Holley village election on Sept. 15
Skip Carpenter and Kevin Lynch both running for mayor
HOLLEY – The slate of candidates is set for the Sept. 15 village election. A former Holley mayor, Stanley “Skip” Carpenter, is seeking the position and will be running against Kevin Lynch.
Lynch is the current Holley mayor. He was appointed to position on July 14, following the resignation of Brian Sorochty. Lynch had been serving as Holley’s deputy mayor.
There are two candidates for trustees. Connie Nenni is seeking re-election. Mark Bower is running for the position vacated by Lynch, when he moved up to be Holley’s mayor.
All of the terms are for two years.
The candidates all needed to submit petitions signed by at least 35 registered voters in the village.
The election will move from the Village Office at the Public Square to the Holley Gardens, the former high school that has been transformed into apartments and village offices. The polling location will be in the lobby.
Voting will be from noon to 9 p.m. To inquire about an absentee ballot, call the Village Office at (585) 638-6367.