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Four Want Two Seats in Sag Harbor Village

Thu, 06/13/2024 - 14:03
From left, Ed Haye, Jeanne Kane, Ron Reed, and Mary Ann Eddy.

Four experienced candidates are running for two places on the Sag Harbor Village Board, and the winners will be selected by voters on Tuesday. 

Ed Haye, a trustee who ran unopposed in 2022, and Jeanne Kane, who filled Mayor Thomas Gardella’s spot when he was elected mayor in 2022, are the incumbents. They’re running against Mary Ann Eddy, who currently sits on the village’s harbor committee, and Ron Reed, who sits on the village planning board and the Sag Harbor School Board. They are all running for full, two-year terms. 

Voting will take place at Sag Harbor Firehouse at 1357 Brick Kiln Road from 6 a.m. until 9 p.m. 


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