White urges Liverpool residents to chime in on term lengths for mayor and trustees

— As it now stands, the mayor and two trustees run on odd years, while the other two trustees run on even years. The village justice serves a four-year term. Judge Anthony LaValle was elected to a second term this year and could run again in 2016.

At present, the next village mayor’s race is slated for June 2013.

More than 1,500 registered voters reside in the village, but less than 70 of them turned out to vote in the 2012 election when Kochan and Rosier each ran without opponents.

Mayor White and all four trustees are Republicans.

Xmas in park Dec. 9

Trustee Bob Gaetano reported that the annual Christmas in the Park celebration will take place on the evening of Sunday, Dec. 9, at Johnson Park. The Liverpool American Legion Post 188 will host the tree-lighting at 6 p.m., and Santa Claus will arrive at 6:15 p.m., with goodies for all the children who attend. Following the outdoor festivities, cookies and hot cocoa will be served at the American Legion Hall on South Cypress Street.

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