Southern Ulster Times Nov. 08 2017

T IMES SOUTHERN ULSTER Vol. 14, No 45 3 NOVEMBER 8 - 14, 2017 Section IX cross country Page 38 Ulster County Legislature District 9 encompasses parts of the Town of Lloyd and Plattekill. Republican Incumbent Herb Litts III beat Democratic challenger Pamela Krimsky by a vote of 1,098 to 871. District 10 Parts of Lloyd and Milton Republican Incumbent Mary Beth Maio shut down Democrat Russell Gilmore by a vote of 1,017 to 802. District 11 Marlborough Republican Richard Gerentine ran unopposed but his tally was unavailable. Town of Marlborough Supervisor Democrat Incumbent Al Lanzetta beat challenger Tom Coupart by a vote of 1,282 ONE DOLLAR Olewus Page 20 SERVING HIGHLAND, MARLBOROUGH AND PLATTEKILL Lanzetta, Hansut, Croce all winners Here are the unofficial election results from races in Highland, Marlborough and Plattekill 3 to 884. Lanzetta said “I feel great. We worked very hard in 2016 and 2017 and the voters saw that we were making progress and supported us.” Town Council Four candidates ran for two open Town Council seats. The winners are Democrat Howard Baker with 1,087 votes and NP Alan Koenig with 1,088 votes. Continued on page 4 Bringing home the hardware Lloyd approves new lights at town park By MARK REYNOLDS mreynolds@tcnewspapers.com Joe Tompkins Senior Billy Williamson escorts the Lem Atkins Memorial trophy from Faller Field in Middletown after Marlboro’s victory of New Paltz in the Section IX Class B Championship game. Story on page 40. WWW.SOUTHERNULSTERTIMES.COM At last week’s workshop meeting, the Lloyd Town Board continued discussing what type of poles and lights to purchase for the softball field at Tony Williams Park, an issue that has caused friction among board members for the past few months. At the board’s request Recreation Director Frank Alfonso obtained quotes for the work that totaled $82,035. Broken out, Musco Lighting will provide six halo lights, frames and wiring under state bid for $49,785. Bragg’s Electric was the low bidder at $32,250 and will provide and install the wooden poles and make all of the necessary electrical connections. Alfonso told the board that the cost for metal poles would fall between $180,000 to $190,000. Councilman Kevin Brennie favored this option because of their longevity, pointing out that metal poles were put up at the Little League field “and 22 years later it looks like they’re brand new, so it would have been a shame if the Little League had to come up with $90,000 this year to replace those Continued on page 4