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McDonough Looks to Force Primary for GOP Nomination

June 12, 2017

MAHOPAC, N.Y. - After losing the endorsement of the Republican Party during its caucus last month, Councilwoman Suzi McDonough said she still plans to gather enough signatures on a petition to force a primary election on Sept. 12.

McDonough and Councilman Frank Lombardi are both up for re-election but were challenged by Anthony DiCarlo, a former councilman and county legislator, and newcomer ...

LoBue Intends to Force Primary for County Legislature Seat

MAHOPAC, N.Y.— County Legislator Dini LoBue said that despite not being nominated by the Republican Party at its caucus earlier, she still plans on gathering enough names on a petition that will put her on the ballot for a GOP primary this fall.

LoBue, the incumbent from District 8, which covers Mahopac Falls and parts of Mahopac, lost the nomination to Amy Sayegh, president and ...

Democrats Tap Mirra for Carmel Town Board Race

MAHOPAC, N.Y.— The Carmel Democratic Committee has endorsed Judie Mirra, a recently retired elementary teacher, to run for the Town Board in November.

“As a lifelong educator, I have dedicated myself to advocating for children, families and strong communities,” she said. “Now that I have retired from that position, my goal is to serve Carmel as a member of the Town ...

School Budget Passes Easily; Two Newcomers Elected to Board

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 ...

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