Ron Vanselow is Johnsburg’s next town supervisor. He was at town hall the morning after the election looking to move the supervisor’s office to the front of town hall.
Photo by John Grybos.
continued In the Newcomb highway superintendent race, Mark Yandon leads by 24 votes in the unofficial tally with 155 over John Helms’ 131 votes.
Preliminary results show the two seats on the Newcomb town council will be taken by Kenneth Helms Jr., at 170 votes and Joseph Novak with 147. Michael Tracy tallied 125 and George Fennessy 101.
The measure to extend the terms of some Newcomb offices from two to four years passed, but notably failed for highway superintendent. The tax collector vote came in at 153 yes to 96 no. The highway superintendent extension was 123 yes to 125 no. The town clerk term was extended by a vote of 151 yes to 98 no.
In the county-wide clerk race, incumbent Joseph Provoncha won with a tally of 5,209. Challenger Brent Vosburg earned 2,704.
LAKE PLEASANT — The Hamilton County district attorney race found Marsha Purdue with a landslide win over her contenders with 1411 votes, while Allen Day tallied 348 and Paul Roalsvig 278.
Vying for two seats on the Indian Lake town council, John Rathbun led with 317, Jack Valentine 261, Robert Curry 238, George Virgil 149.
In Long Lake, Charles Farr secured his position as highway superintendent with 283 votes, with Martin Pierce tallying 80.