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Jun 12, 2018 9:45 AMPublication: The Southampton Press

Southampton Village Elections Are Set

Southampton Village Trustee Kimberly Allan is running uncontested for her first full term on the board. COURTESY KIMBERLY ALLAN
Jun 12, 2018 1:15 PM

The Southampton Village election set for Friday is expected to be fairly quiet, as three incumbents are running uncontested for reelection.

The seats held by Southampton Village Deputy Mayor Richard Yastrzemski and board member Kimberly Allan are set to expire, and both are seeking re-election to two-year terms, with no challengers. It will be Mr. Yastrzemski’s fifth term and Ms. Allan’s first full term; she was appointed to finish Mayor Michael Irving’s Village Board term after he was elected mayor last year.

Southampton Village Justice Barbara Wilson is seeking a fifth, four-year term. She is also a justice for the Town of Southampton.

The election will take place at the Levitas Center, or Southampton Cultural Center, on Pond Lane on Friday, June 15, from noon to 9 p.m.

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