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Three candidates are running for each of the two trustee seats open in the Village of Hamburg.

Running for the three-year trustee term are Paul G. Gaughan, Gary Rog and Raymond Waterman. Seeking a one-year term are David Hustead, John Magney and Matthew Reynolds.

Those elected will fill out the original terms of two trustees who resigned, Thomas D. Bard and Joseph B. Lafferty. Gaughan was appointed in October to the seat left by open by Lafferty's resignation.

The election is March 20.

E. Aurora election should be uneventful

East Aurora's election next month for three village trustee posts is shaping up to be uneventful with two incumbents seeking re-election and a newcomer looking to fill the remaining seat on the board.

Just three residents filed nominating petitions this week for the three trustees' posts up for election on March 20. East Aurora trustees serve two-year terms.

As previously announced, incumbent trustees Christine Peters and David DiPietro are seeking re-election. New to the race is South Grove Street resident Robert Ruffner. Peters is seeking a fourth term on the board; while DiPietro is seeking his second term.

Outgoing trustee Donald Nieman is not seeking re-election. He was the top vote-getter in the 1999 trustee race and prior to that, he served one year as trustee in 1997. He lost a 1998 bid for the board.

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