No challenging petitions in Manhasset area elections March 21

No challenging petitions in Manhasset area elections March 21
Three incumbent Flower Hill trustees are running unopposed in the village's March 21 election. (Photo courtesy of Google Maps)

No challengers emerge in Manhasset area’s March 21 elections.

Village of Plandome Manor Mayor Barbara Donno and Trustees Matthew Clinton and James Baydar are up for re-election to two-year terms. All three incumbents are running uncontested. Village Justice Susan Katz Richman, who was appointed to fill a vacancy last year, will be running in the election for a four-year term.

Efforts to reach representatives from the Villages of Plandome and Plandome Heights on their elections were unavailing.

In 2021, Plandome Mayor Thomas Minutillo, Deputy Mayor Don Richardson and Trustee John Kurkjian were all re-elected to two-year terms. Minutillo was first elected after a successful write-in campaign in 2019.

Also in 2021, Plandome Heights Trustees Daniel Cataldo, Gus Panopolus and Norman Taylor were all re-elected to the board for another two years after uncontested elections.

Flower Hill Trustees Mary Jo Collins, Max Frankel and Frank Genese are also running for two-year seats on the board. All three are uncontested in their re-election bids.

Genese is seeking a fourth term on the board, while Collins and Frankel are both looking to secure their second full terms.

Frankel, who grew up in the village’s Roslyn area and moved back in 2012, ran in 2021 after former Trustee Jay Beber decided not to run again.

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