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Moriah trustee, Ti highway chief beaten

TICONDEROGA There will be a new face on the Moriah town board next year.

Incumbent trustee Eugene Williams, Jr., lost his bid for the Republican nomination for another term in primary voting Sept. 18. Williams did not file to run as an independent and will not be on the ballot in November.

Winning the GOP nominations for two seats on the town board were incumbent Paul Salerno with 270 votes and Thomas Anderson with 208. They will be unopposed in the general election.

Also seeking a Republican nomination for the board was Suzanne Zelinski. She received 94 votes. She did not file to run as an independent and will not be on the ballot in November.

Ticonderoga
Incumbent highway superintendent Phil Huestis was beaten in the GOP primary in Ticonderoga.

Arthur Pat Morrison won the Republican nomination for highway superintendent with 350 votes.

Huestis received 115 votes, while Paul Sharkey garnered 21.

The 3 men will face off again in the November general election with Morrison as the Republican candidate and Huestis and Sharkey running as independents.

Schroon
Incumbent Clara Phibbs and Laura Donaldson earned the Republican nominations for two town board seats in Schroon.

Phibbs received 205 votes in the primary and Donaldson got 166.

Richard Simpson got 112 votes and Bruce Caza 98 in their bids for the GOP nod. Caza will remain on the November general election ballot as an independent.

Charles David McKenna won the Republican nomination for highway superintendent with 157 votes.

Dana Shaughnessy received 130 votes and Donald Bessey 53.

The three men will face off again in the November general election with McKenna as the Republican candidate and Shaughnessy and Bessey running as independents.

Crown Point
There was no primary election in the town of Crown Point.

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