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Two Seeking Village Trustee in Middleburgh

Written By Editor on 2/8/14 | 2/8/14


With final petitions due on Tuesday, February 11th at the Middleburgh Village Hall, there are currently two candidates collecting signatures to run for the two expiring Trustee seats in the Village of Middleburgh's March 18th election. 

Sheryl Adams, who was appointed to fill Mayor Matthew Avitabile's Trustee seat in 2012, and was subsequently elected to the Village Board on her own right last year, picked up her petition in mid January in hopes of securing a second term. She is also a member of the Middleburgh Renaissance Council. 

Political newcomer Lillian Bruno, who is a Village-appointed member of the CRP Committee that is reviewing $12 million in Restore NY funds for the Schoharie Valley, has also securing a nominating petition. She is running to replace Deputy Mayor Thomas Gruning, who is retiring from public office. 

Both candidates are running under the Middleburgh First Party banner, which was founded by then Village Trustee Matthew Avitabile in 2006, and currently has control of the entire Village Board after a string of successful election showings. 

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