Voters of three Cattaraugus County villages East Randolph, Perrysburg and Randolph -- approved dissolution resolutions Tuesday.
In East Randolph, the vote was 57-11, in Perrysburg 60-9 and in Randolph 125-13. The villages will be dissolved effective Dec. 31, 2011.
In other races, the Cattaraugus County Board of Elections has released the following results:
*Cattaraugus: Walter E. Gunther, D, R, received 24 votes and incumbent Patrick McGlew, R, 26, to win two-year terms as trustees. Angela J. Hogan R, won a one-year term with 23 votes.
*Delevan: Both Citizen Party candidates, who ran unopposed, won four-year terms: incumbent Judy Spaulding, 16 votes, and Patricia Sherwood, 19.
*East Randolph: Unopposed incumbent Trustee John Hale, D, R, won a two-year term with 66 votes.
*Franklinville: Incumbent Republicans re-elected as four-year trustees are Gloria M. McCall, 35 votes, and Ryan V. Jordan, 36.
*Gowanda: Incumbents Dale A. DeCarlo, 32 votes, and John E. Certis, 31, members of the Open Door Party, won two-year terms on the Village Board.
*Limestone: Trustee Donald L. McAlpine, New Direction Party, received three votes to fill a nine-month term, until the village is dissolved.
*Little Valley: Incumbent Ann Paschen-Poole, D, Justice Party, received 91 votes over challenger Kevin Keenen, New Direction Party, 60, to win a one-year term on the Village Board.
*Perrysburg: In electing a trustee for a one-year term, incumbent Michael N. Cooper, R, and Dale E. Huber Sr., People's Party Choice, tied with 31 votes. There are some absentee ballots to be counted, which could determine a winner.
*Randolph: Both Republican incumbent trustees were returned to two-year terms, with Scott E. Lampson receiving 113 votes and John K. Congdon, 116.
*South Dayton: Winning trustee posts for two-year terms were Anette Puleff, D, 47 votes, and Scott Kerr, R, 44. They defeated incumbent Pamela Ulmer, D, 38, and Frank W. York III, R, 39.