Residents hit the polls after a late winter snowstorm today in Briarcliff Manor to choos a mayor, two trustees and village justice.
A total of 442 residents voted today, according to Village Clerk Christine Dennett.
Reached for comment Tuesday night, Mayor William Vescio simply said of the election, "It's over. It's done."
Now it's back to work for the eight-year mayor.
"We will continue to look out for the village and exercise our fiduciary responsibility...and work on maintaining our quality of services," Vescio said.
Read Laura Morris' reaction to the results here.
Laura Morris (Briarcliff) — 130
William Vescio* (People's Caucus) — 332
+ one write-in candidate
Lori Sullivan (People's Caucus) — 407
Mark Wilson (People's Caucus) — 411
All village board positions are two-year terms.
Sullivan and Wilson join Trustees Robert Murray and Mark Pohar, who were elected to the board last year.
Howard Code (People's Caucus) — 433
The village justice position is a four-year term.