The Democrats have once again taken the helm of the New Paltz Town Board. After a 15-year hiatus from the job, former two-term supervisor Susan Zimet easily moved into her old seat as her opponent, three-term incumbent Toni Hokanson, pulled out of the race to secure a full-time job in the private sector.
Hokanson secured 446 votes to Zimet’s 1,389.
Zimet is joined by her two Democratic running mates, Jean Gallucci and Kevin Barry, who both secured the two available . . .
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