HYDE PARK, N.Y. -- Voters in Hyde Park will be deciding on the makeup of their town board on Election Day.
All four seats on the town board along with the town supervisor position are up for grabs. Town Supervisor Aileen Rohr is running unopposed for a third term.
In Ward 1, incumbent Emily Svenson, a Democrat is running unopposed.
In Ward 2, incumbent Democrat David Ray is being challenged by Patrick Lindley in his run for a second term. Ray, a pharmacist, said he has controlled costs and helped solve longstanding neighborhood problems by working with residents one-on-one since he took office.
Lindley, a restaurant manager, said he is concerned about the high taxes and lack of businesses in Hyde Park, according to the Poughkeepsie Journal .
In Ward 3, Joseph Marrine, a Democrat, faces off against Republican Salvatore DiPressi. Marrine, a project manager, at IBM, said he wants to make the neighborhood more attractive to young families and focus on flood safety and long-term prevention.
DiPressi, who works for the New York City Department of Environmental Protection, said he would like to fix the water problem in Greenbush, according to the Poughkeepsie Journal.
Incumbent Ken Schneider, a Democrat, is running unopposed in Ward 4.
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