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Village elections in South Seneca will be uncontested

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The upcoming village elections in Ovid and Interlaken will both be uncontested, according to local officials.

In Ovid, two trustee positions on the Village Board are up for election. Incumbent Gary Covert will run for re-election alongside newcomer Aaron Roisen, while incumbent James Rappeleye has decided not to seek another four-year term.

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Voters can cast their ballots from noon to 9 p.m. on March 21 in the Ovid Fire Department Community Room.

Meanwhile, in Interlaken, both incumbents, Peter Garcia and Joseph Pepper, are running unopposed. The polling station will be Village Hall, where voters can cast their ballots from noon to 9 p.m. on March 21.

The village of Lodi will also hold elections on the same day, but village officials did not provide information on the candidates who will run for the seat of trustee Stacy Carpenter, whose term is expiring. Voters in Lodi can cast their ballots from noon to 9 p.m. in Village Hall.