NORTH CASTLE, N.Y. -- The elections for a pair of council seats on the North Castle Town Board include a trio of familiar faces.
Deputy Supervisor Stephen D'Angelo is running again for another term, while Councilman Guy Mezzancello is seeking a full term after winning a special election last year.
Meanwhile, José Berra, who was appointed to the board fill a vacancy and was ousted by Mezzancello, is attempting a comeback. The pair were in a close election last year, which was decided by only 22 votes. However, Mezzancello and Berra are technically not facing a direct rematch, as the top-two voter getters out of all three candidates will be the winners.
The pair also share D'Angelo are a running mate; Berra is on the Democratic line, while Mezzancello is on the Republican line. Other shared running mates include Supervisor Michael Schiliro, who has both party lines and is running unopposed; Allison Simon, who is running for Town Clerk unopposed and on both lines; and incumbent Town Justice Elyse Lazansky, who is also running without opposition and has both lines.
The candidates will also appear on minor-party ballot lines. The Independence Party line includes Schiliro, D'Angelo, Berra, Simon and Lazansky; the Conservative Party line includes, Schiliro, D'Angelo, Mezzancello, Simon and Lazansky; and the Reform Party line includes D'Angelo, Simon and Lazansky.
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