Village elections will take place in Baxter Estates, Port Washington North and Flower Hill on Tuesday, March 17, from noon to 9 p.m. Any resident who is registered to vote with the Nassau County Board of Elections can vote in the village election.
In Baxter Estates incumbent trustees John Weaver and Renee Greenspan are running unopposed for two year terms.
Port North's incumbent trustees Pat Loveland and Bert Goodstadt are running for re-election, each for a two year term.
In Flower Hill, Mayor James Damascus, who was named to fill the unexpired term of Mayor Derrick Rubin, will run for the remainder of the term. Incumbent trustees William Clemency, Norman Glavas and Ann Frankel are running for two-year terms. Tab M. Hauser is running for a one-year term on the board of trustees.
The other two incorporated villages in Port Washington, Manorhaven and Sands Point, hold their village elections in June.
The annual budget vote and election for the Port Washington Public Library will be held in the library's meeting room on Tuesday, April 7, between the hours of 7 a.m. and 10 p.m. There are two positions on the board of trustees on the ballot; one trustee to succeed Donald Kurshan for a term of five years, to expire on June 30, 2003; incumbent trustee Joseph Burden has announced that he will seek re-election for another five year term. Petitions nominating other candidates for these terms of office must be filed with the administration office or information desk at the Port Washington Public Library no later than 5 p.m. on March 9. Petition forms may be obtained at the information desk or at the adminisrtation office at the library during regular library hours, any day that the library is open. Nominating petitions must be signed by at least 25 qualified voters who are residents of Port Washington. Anyone may vote who is at least 18 years old, a U.S. citizen, and a resident in the Port Washington School District.