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Incumbents Win In Village Races On Friday

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authorCarol Moran on Jun 21, 2013
Westhampton Beach Village Trustees Hank Tucker and Patricia DiBenedetto retained their seats on the five-member board on Friday. Mr. Tucker received 242 votes and Ms. DiBenedetto received 246. Toni-Jo Birk... more

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