Written by Katie Piacentini Friday, 24 February 2012 00:00
On Tuesday, Mar. 20, elections will be held in three villages within Port Washington. The villages are Baxter Estates, Port Washington North, and Flower Hill, a village that encompasses parts of Port Washington, Manhasset, and Roslyn.
In Baxter Estates, Elizabeth Kase is running unopposed for Village Justice, which is a four-year term. Incumbent Trustees Douglas Baldwin and Alice Peckelis are up for re-election and both are running unopposed for two-year terms.Steven Cohen and Michael Malatino, incumbent trustees in the Village of Port Washington North, are seeking re-election as village trustees under two-year terms. This election is also uncontested.
There are a few changes in store for the Village of Flower Hill. Current Village Trustee Elaine Phillips of Manhasset is running for mayor under a two-year term, as incumbent Mayor Charles Weiss is not seeking re-election. In addition, Deputy Mayor William Clemency and Trustee Norman Glavas are not seeking re-election. Since another person is needed to fill Ms. Phillip’s spot, there are three open trustee positions, all under two-year terms. The three candidates on the ballot for the trustee positions are Karen Reichenbach of Port Washington, Randall Rosenbaum of Roslyn, and Scott Siller of Manhasset. Additionally, incumbent J. Bruce Byrne of Manhasset is running for re-election as Village Justice under a four-year term. All candidates on the ballot are running uncontested.
The elections will be held on Tuesday, March 20 from noon to 9 p.m. at each respective Village Hall. The Baxter Estates Village Hall is located at 315 Main Street in Port Washington. The Flower Hill Village Hall is located at One Bonnie Heights Road in Manhasset. The Port Washington North Village Hall is located within Stop & Shop Plaza at 71 Old Shore Road in Port Washington.