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Nyack Library Trustee Election Results

by Roger Seiler

Nyack, Jan 10 — Mary Callan, Peter Danish, Mary Anne Evangelist and Mark Hussey were elected to the Nyack Library Board of Trustees in yesterday’s election. New members Danish and Evangelist will be joining the board for the first time; Hussey and Callan were re-elected to a new term.

Here are the trustee election results for the Annual Association Meeting of the Nyack Library:

Votes
Mark Hussey, Upper Nyack 183
Peter Danish, Nyack 181
Mary Callan, Grand View 173
Mary Anne Evangelist, S. Nyack 165
Mark Dery, S. Nyack 136

All voting age residents of the Nyack Library Chartered Service Area are members of the Nyack Library Association and eligible to vote in its trustee elections.

After the Annual Meeting of the Nyack Library Board of Trustees, where the votes for trustees were counted and announced, and which was held immediately after the Annual Association meeting, the Board held its regular monthly meeting, at which officers for 2012 were elected as follows:

President:                   Roger Seiler

Vice President:         Michael Growney

Treasurer:                   Paul Shein

Secretary:                   Debra Karten

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