April 1 election lineups

Erie:

Candidates for mayor: Ronda Grassi, Tina Harris

Candidates for trustee: Scott Charles, Mike Evans, Bill Gippe, Mark Gruber, Robb James, Jennifer Kramer, Fred Mahe, Mike Mazzocco, Diane Nelsen, Waylon Schutt, Kim Tuck, Dan Woog

Ballot Question 2A: A property tax to fund construction of a new police and court facility

Lyons:

Candidate for mayor: John E. O'Brien

Candidates for trustee: David Bailey, Priscilla Cohan, Barney Dreistadt, Dan Greenberg, LaVern M. Johnson, Jim Kerr, Justin S. Spencer, Connie Sullivan, Manny Vasquez, Dawn Weller

Ballot Question No. 1: An increase in town debt limits in order to get and spend proceeds from loans that would finance part of the town's flood-recovery expenses

Nederland:

Candidate for mayor: Joe Gierlach

Candidates for trustee: Roger Cornell, Topher Donahue, Cheryl Lynn Fanelli, David Hardy, Kristopher Larsen, Kevin Mueller, Charles Wood

Ballot Question: Compensation for future mayor and trustee services

Voters in Erie, Lyons and Nederland have until 7 p.m. today to head to the polls to elect new mayors and board of trustee members, and vote on ballot questions specific to each community.


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Erie voters will elect a new mayor and five trustees, and also determine the fate of Ballot Question 2A, which asks whether a property tax should be assessed to fund the construction of a new police and municipal court facility.

Erie's voter service center at Erie Town Hall, 645 Holbrook St., will be open from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. today.

In Lyons, voters are slated to elect a mayor and six trustees, and also vote on Ballot Question No. 1, which would allow the town to exceed debt limits, and to borrow up to $995,000 in order to get and spend proceeds from loans that would finance part of the town's flood-recovery expenses.

Lyons Town Hall, 432 Fifth Ave., will serve as a ballot drop-off site and the town polling location from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. today. Registered voters can drop off ballots, get replacement ballots or vote during those hours.

Nederland voters will elect a mayor and three new trustees and will decide on a ballot question that asks whether the future mayor and trustees should be compensated for their services.

The polling station at Nederland Community Center, 750 N. Colo. 72, will be open from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. today. All absentee ballots also must be received by 7 p.m. today.