A candidates forum will be held in Ticonderoga, despite a decision not to participate by two supervisor hopefuls. Republican nominee Bill Grinnell and Independent Steve Whitford will not take part, according to Lew Sanders, Ticonderoga Republican Party chairman.
Three are running for two open seats on the Town Council — challenger Paul Hai (D) and incumbents Donald Bott (R/I) and Mary Bush (D/I).
Two are vying for the highway superintendent’s seat — incumbent Mark Yandon (I) and John Helms (D/I).
There are four people running unopposed: George Canon (R/I) for supervisor; Mary Pound (R/I) for town clerk; John Thorton (D) for assessor; and Karen Darrah (R/I) for tax collector.
The polling site is the Newcomb Town Hall.
There are four people seeking to fill two open seats on the Town Council — incumbents Lew Plumley (R) and Dean Pohl (R) and challengers John Adams (I) and Thomas Donnelly (I).
Two are vying for town clerk/tax collector — incumbent Dixie Lee LeBlanc (R/I) and Colleen Smith (I).
There are two people running unopposed: Clark Seaman (R) for supervisor; and Charles “Chip” Farr (D/I) for highway superintendent.
The polling sites are the Long Lake Town Hall and Raquette Lake Union Free School.
All candidates are running unopposed in the town of Indian Lake: Brian Wells (R) for supervisor; Julie Clawson (R) for town clerk/tax collector: Judith Durkin (D) for justice; Kelli Mitchell (D) and Sally Stanton (I) for Town Council; and James Roblee (R) for highway superintendent.
The polling sites are the Indian Lake Town Hall and Blue Mountain Lake firehouse.
•Proposition 1: Authorizing Casino Gaming
•Proposition 2: Additional Civil Service Credit for Veterans with Disabilities Certified Post-Appointment
•Proposition 3: Exclusion of Indebtedness Contracted for Sewage Facilities
•Proposition 4: Settling Disputed Title in the Forest Preserve (in the Hamilton County town of Long Lake)
•Proposition 5: In Relation to a Land Exchange in the State Forest Preserve with NYCO Minerals, Inc.
•Proposition 6: Increasing Age until which Certain State Judges Can Serve