Earlville mayoral race sees two contenders

EARLVILLE – Earlville Village residents go to the voting booth March 15 to select a new mayor, three trustees and a justice. All five candidates are running on independent lines.

Also on the ballot is a public referendum to extend term limits.



The elections will be held from noon to 9 p.m. March 15 in the Municipal Office, located at 8 North Main St.

There are two candidates for mayor: Incumbent Mayor Mark A. Doeberl and newcomer Vito Bolognone. Both candidates submitted completed petitions and are officially on the ballot, according to the Madison County Board of Election’s office in Wamspville. (A bit less than half of the village of Earlville is within Chenango County’s border.)

Doeberl, 49, had been elected to a third, two-year term as village trustee in 2010 before being appointed last summer to assume former Mayor Toni Campbell’s position through May 31 of this year. Campbell resigned from the public office after being arrested for grand larceny and falsifying business records from her employer, Chenango Valley Pet Foods.


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