MOUNT KISCO, N.Y. -- Mount Kisco's three incumbent Village Board members, who all ran unopposed, easily won re-election on Tuesday, according to unofficial results from the Westchester County Board of Elections.
The results show that Mayor Michael Cindrich received received 550 votes. Deputy Mayor Anthony Markus easily won re-election to his village trustee seat, receiving 512 votes.
Trustee Peter Grunthal, who was appointed earlier this year to the board to fill a vacancy caused by the death of George Griffin, won a full, two-year term. Grunthal, who previously served on the board before retiring in 2010, received 514 votes.
Village trustees are elected to staggered terms. The mayor's office and the seats held by Grunthal are up for elections in odd-numbered years. The other seats, which are held by Trustees Jean Farber and Karen Schleimer, are not up for votes until November 2016. Meanwhile, Schleimer, according to unofficial results, was defeated in her bid for a county legislative seat by Bedford town Councilman Francis Corcoran.