Tarrytown Mayor Drew Fixell was elected Tuesday to a sixth term by defeating former mayor Paul Janos.
According to unofficial results from the Westchester County Board of Elections, Fixell, running on the Democratic and Tarrytown United Party lines, received 885 votes (62%) to 554 (38%) for Janos, who ran alone on the Our Party line.
Sleepy Hollow Mayor Ken Wray was reelected to a fourth term Tuesday with a convincing win over Trustee Karin Wompa.
The three trustee candidates on Wray’s Unite Sleepy Hollow ticket also won handily, giving the mayor a 5-2 edge on the village board.
“The voters listened to what our positions were in general and agreed with what we were saying,” Wray said from J.P. Doyle’s. “I don’t think we will agree on everything, but we’ll be able to move forward in a way that the village will be best represented.”
The Village of Tarrytown recently lost an appeal of a state Department of Labor ruling that it violated safety regulations in the Labor Day 2010 manhole accident that claimed the lives of a village DPW employee and a volunteer firefighter.