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May 19, 2010 12:13 PMPublication: The Southampton Press

Two incumbents run unopposed for reelection in Southampton Village

May 19, 2010 12:13 PM

Two incumbents with the Citizens With Integrity Party are running unopposed for reelection to the Southampton Village Board this year.

Trustees Bonnie Cannon and Richard Yastrzemski are each seeking another two-
year term. Ms. Cannon, 46, the executive director of the Bridgehampton Child Care and Recreation Center, is running for her 
third consecutive term, while Mr. Yastrzemski, 43, an assistant vice president at Merrill Lynch’s global wealth management division in Riverhead, is seeking 
his second straight term on 
the five-person, single-party board.

Voting will take place on Friday, June 18, from 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. at the Levitas Center for the Arts at the Southampton Cultural Center on Pond Lane in Southampton Village.

Colleen Reynolds

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Bonnie and Rich are doing a great job for the residents of Southampton Village! Keep up the great work!
By Robert I Ross (250), Hampton Bays on May 15, 10 2:44 PM
I concur. I was very distressed with the idea of single party rule in Southampton Village, but pleasantly surprised at the way in which the Board of Tustees has handled themselves. Excellent communication with the public and professional all the way around. Kudos to Mayor Epley and the Southampton Village Board of Trustees.
Congratulations Trustees Canon and Yaz!
By K Aventi (33), Southampton on May 15, 10 7:20 PM
By highschoolsenior (4), Southampton on May 19, 10 9:58 AM