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Democrats sweep Scotia trustee races

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It was a Democratic sweep in Scotia, as two incumbents were returned to the village Board of Trustees and a newcomer beat defeated a GOP incumbent. Thomas Gifford and newcomer John Lockwood won election to four-year seats on the board. The two-year seat went to Rory Fluman, who had been appointed to the board by Mayor Kris Kastberg after trustee Cathy Gatta resigned last fall following her election to the Schenectady County Legislature. The board ...

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November 7, 2012
7 a.m.

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Glad to see Lockwood win here in the village. We need new people with fresh ideas.
Also glad to see Fluman win. I hope he can convince the board that taxes here in the village should be our highest priority. Maybe with this group , we can expect further consolidation of the village and town departments (police,highway,etc.).