TUCKAHOE, N.Y. -- With the November elections and the holiday season over, Tuckahoe residents have village elections on the horizon.
Two seats on the Tuckahoe Village Board will be up for grabs, one held by Janette Hayes, the other by Steven Quigly. While neither trustee returned phone calls by press time, it is unclear if Hayes or Quigley will run for another two-year term on the board.
According to Village Clerk Susan Ciamarra, village elections will take place on March 20 between the hours of 7 a.m. and 9 p.m.
Voters in districts 11 and 12 are able to cast ballots at the Assumption Church, while voters from districts 10, 13, 14, 32 and 33 are able to cast ballots at the Tuckahoe Community Center.
If you are not going to be home during the elections, you can submit in writing a request to the Village Clerks Office for an absentee ballot, Ciamarra said. Every vote counts.
Ciamarra said only voters registered with the Westchester County Board of Elections can vote in the village elections. But nonregistered voters have up until March 9 to register if they wish to vote.
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