PELHAM, N.Y. - Pelham residents can make their voices heard on Tuesday when polls open with five candidates vying for just three available seats on the Village Board of Trustees.
In the Village of Pelham, incumbent Democratic Trustees Adam Kagain and Christopher Reich have been joined on the ticket by Planning Board member Andrea Reinke, former Pelham Police Detective Rick Deere and Republican Michael Recca, a former member of the local Board of Education.
Polls will be open from 6 a.m. to 9 p.m. at the Daronco Town House on Fifth Avenue. If elected, the trustees will each serve two-year terms at an annual salary of $2,000.
In Pelham Manor, where voting can be done at the fire house on Penfield Place, Deputy Mayor Louis Annuziata, Trustee A. Michelle DeLillo and former Village of Pelham Trustee Joe Senerchia - all Republicans - will run unopposed. Annuziata and DeLillo will run on two-year terms, while Senerchia, assuming the seat of former Trustee Christopher Winston, will serve the remainder of his one-year term.