No candidates running in Baxter Estates Village justice race

No candidates running in Baxter Estates Village justice race
Baxter Estates Village Hall. (Photo courtesy of Wikimedia Commons)

Port Washington village elections will be slim this March, with only incumbents running uncontested and Baxter Estate’s village justice position without any candidates.

Three Port Washington villages will be holding elections on March 19: Baxter Estates, Flower Hill and Port Washington North.

The Village of Baxter Estate’s ballot will feature the three positions of two trustees and one village justice.

Trustee Alice M. Peckelis will be seeking re-election for another two-year term on the village’s board. Also running is Alex Price, who is vying for the seat to be left vacant by Trustee Jeffrey Eluto, who is not seeking re-election.

Both candidates are running under the Baxter Estates Village Party.

No candidates filed to run for the village justice position in Baxter Estates, a four-year term, which will rely on write-in candidates to select an individual for the seat. Village Justice Elizabeth S. Kase will not be seeking re-election after 13 years in the positionThe March 19 election will be held at Baxter Estates’ Village Hall at 315 Main St. from noon until 9 p.m.

The Village of Flower Hill – which encompasses parts of Port Washington, Manhasset and Roslyn – will also be holding an uncontested election and all incumbents are seeking another term.

Five positions will be featured on Flower Hill’s March 19 ballot: mayor, three trustees and a village justice.

Incumbents Mayor ​​Randall Rosenbaum, Trustee Claire Dorfman, Trustee Gary Lewandowski, Trustee Arthur “AJ” Smith and Village Justice Dennis Reisman are running under the Flower Hill Party.

Rosenbaum was first elected as Flower Hill’s mayor in 2022, replacing former Mayor Brian Herrington in an uncontested election.

This will be Smith’s first election after coming onto the board last May to fill a vacancy.

Flower Hill’s March 19 election will be held at its village hall at 1 Bonnie Heights Road from 6 a.m. until 9 p.m.

The Village of Port Washington North will have two trustee positions on its ballot for two-year terms.

Trustees Steven Cohen and Michael Malatino will be running for re-election under the Port North Party.

The March 19 election will be held at Port Washington North’s Village Hall at 3 Pleasant Ave. from noon until 9 p.m.

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