TARRYTOWN, N.Y. -- Tarrytown Mayor Drew Fixell was officially sworn in to another term Monday night along with Trustees Rebecca McGovern and Thomas Butler.
Village Justice Kyle McGovern officiated the oath of office to all three officials during the regular Board of Trustees meeting. Trustee Doug Zollo was not present at the meeting.
In addition to swearing-in the incumbents, officials appointed Trustee Thomas Basher to serve as deputy mayor for another one-year term.
All four incumbents were re-elected in the annual village elections this March, running virtually unopposed. Each will serve another two years.
The four incumbents ran on the Democratic and Tarrytown United party lines. The Tarrytown Republican Party did not hold a caucus this year. Tarrytown resident and former Fire Chief Robert Smith launched a bid for a trustee position on Facebook just before Election Day but did not receive enough votes to oust any incumbents.
Unofficial results from Tarrytown Village Clerk Carol Booth show Fixell received 208 votes against three write-in votes in the mayoral race.
Trustee Thomas Butler received 205 votes, with Trustee Rebecca McGovern earning 213 votes and Trustee Doug Zollo earning 204 votes.
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