Yorktown voters to decide outcome of town supervisor race

Voters in Yorktown are heading to the polls today to decide the winner of a three-way race for town supervisor. Incumbent Susan Siegel is running on the Conservative and Independent Party lines in her quest for a second two-year term. She is being challenged by Democrat Donald Peters and Republican Michael Grace.This morning, Siegel was at Brookside Elementary School to cast her ballot. If re-elected, she says she will focus on bringing more businesses to Route 202 and improving communications between town departments.Peters, who's running on the Democratic, Independence and Working Families lines, was defeated by Siegel two years ago. Now, the former town supervisor says he's ready for a comeback. Siegel and Peters are being challenged by Grace, a former Yorktown town attorney. He says he'll work hard to give relief to taxpayers.

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