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School Budget Passes Easily; Two Newcomers Elected to Board

May 16, 2017

MAHOPAC, N.Y. - Mahopac School District voters overwhelmingly passed the 2017-18 budget Tuesday and elected two newcomers to the Board of Education while ousting two incumbents.

The budget passed easily with 68 percent of the voters saying “yes”—a 1,251 to 584 margin.

Voters seemed to appreciate that the budget called for no increase in taxes without cutting any ...

GOP Committee Nominates Lombardi, Barile for Town Board

MAHOPAC, N.Y.— Incumbent Councilman Frank Lombardi and newcomer Mike Barile have been nominated by the Carmel Republican Committee to run for Town Board this fall.

The Committee held its caucus Tuesday night to name its candidates for Town Board and the County Legislature.

Incumbent Councilwoman Suzy McDonough failed to secure a nomination. According to Anthony Scannapieco, Jr., chair ...

Six Vie for Three Seats in Mahopac School Board Race

MAHOPAC, N.Y.— When district voters go to the polls next Tuesday, May 16, they will have a choice of six candidates to fill three seats on the Mahopac Board of Education, including three incumbents who are seeking reelection.

Here’s a close-up look at the six hopefuls:

Carolann Lacoparra 

Carolann Lacoparra has been a resident of Mahopac for 27 years and married to her ...

Sayegh Throws Hat into Ring for County Legislature Race

MAHOPAC, N.Y.— Mahopac resident Amy Sayegh, president and executive director of Putnam Community Cares, announced Friday her intention to run for the Putnam County Legislature’s District 8 seat.

The District 8 seat includes parts of Mahopac and is currently occupied by Dini LoBue.

Sayegh made the announcement before a crowd of supporters at Florrie Kaye’s Tea Room and Gift ...

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