BRONXVILLE, N.Y. - Several prominent Bronxville politicians are likely to remain in office following this year’s village elections in March after being nominated by the local Republican Committee for another term in office.
Incumbent Village Trustees Anne Poorman and Guy Longobardo have been nominated by the Bronxville Village Republican Committee to run for re-election, while Judge George Mayer earned the nomination to continue at the helm of Bronxville Justice Court.
The Bronxville Democratic Party denied nominating any candidates to oppose them, meaning each of the three candidates will retain their seats following the upcoming election, barring an independent push from an unlikely candidate.
Poorman, a former member of the Zoning Board of Appeals, then-Trustee Mary Marvin’s spot on the board 11 years ago when Marvin was elected as mayor. Longobardo will serve his third term as a trustee, while Mayer has been on the bench for the better part of a decade.
The Bronxville Village Board of Trustees consists of Marvin and four trustees, who serve two-year terms. With Poorman and Longobardo poised to retain their seat, Marvin, along with Deputy Mayor Robert Underhill and Trustee Randolph Mayer will be up for re-election next year.
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