Incumbent town supervisor Dan Connell will remain in office for town of Westport. Connell won the election by 185 votes. Connell received a total of 325 votes while first time candidate Jim Carroll received 140 votes.
Two years after Supervisor and former Essex County Board chairman Noel Merrihew, III, was ousted by Margaret Bartley, he was returned to office by voters, 248-195, after ballots were counted Nov. 5.
Grinnell, LaPointe elected to lead towns
Bill Grinnell will be the next Ticonderoga supervisor. John LaPointe was re-elected to his 14th term as supervisor in Putnam.
A long list of intriguing races will be decided in a matter of hours.
It’s Election Day. Polls are open until 9 p.m. Results will be posted as soon as they become available on the Times of Ti website (www.timesofti.com) and on its Facebook page (www.facebook.com/pages/Times-of-Ti/232030793764).
The town of Johnsburg’s tentative 2014 budget calls for a tax increase of about 3 percent.
New York State Department of Labor Secretary Peter Rivera attended a ribbon-cutting at the new CV-Tech satellite campus off Rugar Street Oct. 24.
For the second straight election for the office of town supervisor, current Supervisor Margaret Bartley will face off against former Supervisor Noel Merrihew, who she defeated in 2011.
While only four towns in the Valley have a contested election for town supervisor, several other towns have contested elections in other positions Nov. 5.
Voters in the News Enterprise readership area will head to the polls from 6 a.m. to 9 p.m. Tuesday, Nov. 5 to decide a number of local elections.
Incumbent Sharon Boisen, who won her first re-election bid in a tight contest against Frank Walls in 2011, will face challenger Ed Gardner Jr., in the general election.
Two candidates for Warrensburg Town Supervisor differed sharply on a variety of issues — but they both pledged to keep government expenditures to a minimum.
Incumbent Dan Connell will seek re-election against Jim Carroll when residents go to the polls Nov. 5.
Event still scheduled Nov. 1 at Community Building
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.
Incumbent Supervisor Ed Hatch is running against current town Councilman Shaun Gilliland in the Tuesday, Nov. 5, election.
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