Cooperstown village elections


HAZZARD: Bergene Supported Businesses

LETTER from MATT HAZZARD Bergene Supported Businesses To the Editor: It is a true honor to write to you today and encourage residents to get out and support Hanna Bergene as trustee for the Village of Cooperstown. I had the distinct privilege to work alongside Hanna during her tenure at the Cooperstown Chamber of Commerce. For more than three years, Hanna worked diligently on behalf of both the businesses and residents of our community. On a daily basis her tireless…


FALK: ‘It Takes A Village Moment’ Inspires Candidate Falk

LETTER from CINDY FALK ‘It Takes A Village Moment’ Inspires Candidate Falk To the Editor: Saturday I had one of those “It Takes a Village” moments. I offered a ride to a friend to the vaccination clinic at the Clark Sports Center. Sitting with her in a folding chair on the gym floor, I remembered just how special our community is. We have a teaching hospital right here in Cooperstown, we have an amazing recreational facility and, most important, we…


Democrats Turn Back Republican Challenger

FALK, DEAN WIN AGAIN Democrats Turn Back Republican Challenger COOPERSTOWN – The two Democratic incumbents on the Village Board, Cindy Falk and Jim Dean, emphatically turned back a challenge from the one Republican, Fred Schneider, in today’s village elections. Falk led trustee balloting with 218 votes, followed by Dean with 178.  Schneider garnered 75.   The three were competing for two open seats. Ellen Tillapaugh Kuch, who was unopposed for mayor, garnered 230 votes.…