Massapequa Park Elects Village Board


The Massapequa Park Village election results are in. Two seats were open and incumbents Richard Begandy and Teresa Spinosa were bVillageElection_032316Aoth reelected as trustees of the board. Begandy earned 230 votes and Spinosa earned 252.

The mayor (Jeffrey Pravato) and four trustees make up the governing board of the village. They are elected for two-year terms in elections held in March. The mayor and two trustees are elected in odd numbered years, with the other two trustees elected in even-numbered years. The board adopts local laws, sets the budget and tax rate and oversees all village departments and agencies.

The board meets on the second and fourth Monday at 8 p.m. throughout the year. These meetings are held in Village Hall at 151 Front St., in Massapequa Park and are open to the public.

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