Two village trustee candidates won nominations from both parties in Democratic and Republican caucuses held this week, and will run unopposed in the March 16 village election.
Trustee Robert Lowry and Paul Stokes, a former mayor in the village, were nominated in caucuses held Tuesday and Wednesday nights. Both are Republicans and previously served as trustees.
Lowry was defeated last March in a bid for trustee, but was then appointed by Mayor Charles R. Coolidge when the new mayor vacated his own trustee post with one year remaining.
Stokes, mayor for seven years and a trustee for five years ending in 1996, is seeking the post being vacated by Dan Fitz Gerald, a Democrat who decided not to run again.