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June 2009: Long Island Village Elections

If  you live in a village in Long Island, you may need to vote this week. While some village elections were in March, there is a spate of them now, this third week of June, including some on Friday, June 19, 2009.

Newsday is a good place to look for coverage (Though, I don’t see a wrap up and results for Tuesday’s election, yet.) Or, better yet, try your local weekly.

Here are the results from the Sag Harbor elections, which I found at the Southampton Press:

Sag Harbor Village Trustee Brian Gilbride was elected mayor in voting in the village on Tuesday.

Challenger Tim Culver and incumbent Ed Gregory were the winners of the two seats on the Sag Harbor Village Board that were the subject of Tuesday’s vote.

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