Nov 03, 2009 Ami Olson Uncategorized
Camillus Town Supervisor Mary Ann Coogan may have sailed to re-election without a challenger tonight, garnering 4,287 votes, but several incumbent town board members were not so lucky.
Councilors Roger Pisarek (1st ward), Kathy MacRae (2nd ward), David Cooke (5th ward) were defeated by challengers. MacRae lost the ward to challenger Mark Kolinski by just two votes, according to unofficial results.
The results show Councilor Jim Salanger is no longer the lone Democrat on the board, joined now by David Philippone (1st ward), Mark Kolinski (2nd ward) and Richard Griffo (5th ward).
The most popular race in the town proved to be that of highway superintendent, for which 5,999 residents headed to the polls to vote. Incumbent Mark Pigula kept his post, defeating challenger Jim Kelly.
Incumbent Tax Collector Pat Fletcher and Town Clerk Martha Dickson-McMahon ran unchallenged and maintained their positions.
Here are the unofficial results of the challenged races in Camillus:
Roger Pisarek, (incumbent)470
Mark Kolinski 394
Kathy MacRae, (incumbent)392
William Davern, (incumbent)603
Lisa Sacco 290
James Salanger, (incumbent)591
Keith DiBello 385
Richard Griffo 620
David Cooke, (incumbent) 389
David Callahan, (incumbent)634
Donald Fittipaldi 190
Stephen Poli, (incumbent)3,556
Mark Pigula, (incumbent)3,084
Jim Kelly 2,915