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Jun 17, 2009 2:58 PMPublication: The Southampton Press

No contest in Quogue Village Board election

Jun 17, 2009 2:58 PM

The status quo will remain in Quogue as both Village Board incumbents, Randy Cardo and Peter Sartorius, are not being challenged in their bids for reelection on Friday, June 19.

Mr. Cardo, who serves as deputy mayor, has been on the five-member board for the past 14 years. The third-generation village resident owns Cardo Site Development, a heavy equipment and earth-moving company with offices in Quogue.

Mr. Sartorius was appointed to the board in 2008 to fill the seat vacated by former trustee William Hines, who died earlier that year. Mr. Sartorius is a full-time village resident and president of the Quogue Association.

The trustees make $2,500 a year and are elected to serve two-year terms. They are responsible for overseeing most village services, including the police, fire, highway, building and parks departments.

The village election will be held on Friday, June 19. Voters can cast their ballots between 6 a.m. and 9 p.m. at Quogue Village Hall.


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