Guzman, Ball victors in Pine Plains


Pine Plains residents fulfilled their civic responsibilities by voting for their town officials on Tuesday, Nov. 6.

Voters cast their ballots for Pine Plains town justice and Pine Plains town assessor. Both positions carry a four-year term.

Out of a total of 969 votes, Republican candidate Ibis Guzman won the majority vote for Pine Plains town justice with 514 votes. Democratic incumbent candidate Peter Salerno received 455 votes.

For Pine Plains town assessor, Democratic candidate Lynda (Ball) Wisdo ran unopposed and received 600 out of 602 votes; the remaining two votes were attributed to write-in votes.