Manorhaven will be hosting a contested election for two trustee seats as three candidates vie for the positions.
Manorhaven will be voting for two trustees and the village justice.
The candidates who filed for the two trustee seats are incumbents Deputy Mayor Vincent Costa, Trustee Khristine Shahipour and challenger Jeffrey A. Stone.
Costa and Shahipour currently hold the seats up for election.
Village Justice William Bodkin is the only candidate running for his current seat.
Costa, Shahipur and Bodkin are all running on the same ticket under the People’s Working Party. Stone is running along the Manorhaven Residents Party line.
Costa is finishing his one-year term as deputy mayor which he started in July 2022. Shahipour was brought onto the board in July 2022 to serve a one-year term. Bodkin was appointed as the village justice in February to fill a vacancy.
The Manorhaven election will be held from 6 a.m. until 9 p.m. on June 20 at Village Hall at 33 Manorhaven Blvd.
Sands Point will also be holding an election in June, with only incumbents running unopposed.
Sands Point Mayor Peter Forman, Deputy Mayor Jeffrey Moslow and Trustee Elena Karabatos will all be running for re-election.
The three incumbents are running along the Citizens Party line.
Forman was elected as mayor in 2021, moving up from the village’s deputy mayor position. Moslow was appointed as a trustee to the village’s board in 2019. Karabatos was elected in 2021.
Sands Point’s elections will be held from noon until 9 p.m. on June 20 at village hall at 26 Tibbits Lane.