Minahan, Boehme, Spock win seats in Chatham

CHATHAM–John Howe, who was running unopposed, was elected mayor of the Village of Chatham Tuesday. He received 234 votes.

There were two races for seats on the Village Board. The two open 2-year terms went to Peter M. Minahan, with  207 votes, and Jaimee Boehme, 167. Mr. Minahan was an appointed incumbent, filling a vacancy on the board.

The third candidate for a 2-year seat was Jodie Russell, with 121 votes.

The other race was for a 1-year term. In that contest, Melony Spock beat Joseph Cerami by 157 to 109.

Chatham’s village elections are run by the County Board of Elections. The results here are from the election night count. It was not clear whether absentee ballots were included.

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