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Greenwich cross coun­ try star Jeremy Spiezio turnscmîheafterburn- ers ira îhe last400yards tìf îheôass 0 sectional fi­ nals on Friday in Queens- biuy, winning tiaerace. More Sports Photos Page 8 Vol. 172, No. 5 issue No. 8917 DistrktAttomeyelectTony Jordan soaks in a victory Tuesday night at Republican headquarters at the VFW in Greenwich after a hard fought campaign against incumbent Kevin Kortright J o r d a n w i n s D A r a c e i n l a n d s l i d e W ill vacate assem bly seat, fo rcin g special electio n n e x t y e a r By Peter Gragg Greenwich Journal & Salem Press GREENWICH—Tony Jordan decisively beat out incumbent district attorney Kevin Kor­ tright byatwo-to-one margin, following what became the one of the hardest-fought and closely followed campaigns in the Capital District, heavy on the mudslinging. “This is a great night for us,” Jordan said late TUesday at his campaign headquarters at the Greenwich VFW as TV cam­ eras rolled. Family, including wife Wendy Jordan, friends and supporters packed the hail, offering Jordan congrat­ ulations and back slaps. Jor­ dan received 7,707 votes to Kortright's 3,615 votes. SEE DA RACE ON PAGE 4 Washington County's Hometown Newspaper1- Established Oct. 13,1842 W e ’v e m o v e d ! HieGieemvidiJoumal&Salejn^ps has moved its businessoffiee i aiK3newsrwiBtoanewlocattoó%$awutown Greenwich. We can (jra\hn Man 1 nowbe found aa l<tëMainSt*i^b*|ft the stoplight Stop in anytime *,M ’’ tos^asubsciip 0 Qn,ienewasifo|^ptjon, dropoff an event notice >riinu L ‘ or gire us a news Bp. Our ntaiiii®Mddress remains the same; P.O. . Boxl85JGieerawidi,Ny I28B4.(PffuiisDugganofCustamOafted Signs had the honors oi putting triple new sign on Tuesday.) 1 * 1 1 , -------------------------------------------------------------------------- - £ ■ ___________________ _ _______ _ ____________ ^ \ > Ì T h e ,'î • 'f i l i » ju % r > ( m i ‘t S a l e m P r e s s — I GREENWICH, NEW YORK—THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 7,2013 www.greenwichioumalsalempress.com Newstand Price 75 cents CAMBRIDGE JACKSON EASTON HWY. SALEM TOWß| HEBRON JACKSON SALEM HEBRON HWY GRŒNWICHHWY SUPERVISOR SUPERVISOR SUPERHsHEMDEMT JUSTICE ; TOWN COUNCIL TOWN COUNCIL TOWN CLERK SUPERINTENDENT SPTTERMT04YRS ^F*dtet,R------- 346 J B r a w n ............. 267 ^Brodc&C ......... 359 J B * y h x ,tO S yHirrington,R .232 V Nolan, D .......... 321 V ® l*rist. R -..-S 48 J P r a tt, D,C ......... 291 /* e s .................. -896 Bem dtD.. .......... 155 Ende&R ............. 238 English,iPC ........... 196 Wohlleb,© ........ ¿301 ^ Flint, R ............ 222 -JR t*. R .............. 288 SuUivaaD 188 Watrous.R .63 N o ...................... 477 Broestler,VOP .... 127 Nailor.D .............. 149 McCarty,R .......... 258 I n c u m b e n t s s w e e p G r e e n w i c h SARA IDLEMAN STEVE PATRICK ERIC WHITEHOUSE ld l e m a n , P a t r i c k , W h i t e h o u s e r e t u r n e d A n E l e c t i o n N ig h t t r a d i t i o n P at Pratt, a volunteer with the West Hebron Fire Department serves a tray of desserts Tiiesday during the department’s annual election night roast beef supper. Organizer Scott Shevy said the fire company served 200 dinners during the fundraiser. The event found itself shorthanded because three volunteers — Floyd Pratt, Edward Harrington and George Flint— were told they couldn’t help out because they also happened to be candidates for town office and the dining area was within 200 feet of the polling station on the opposite side of the fire hall. By Peter Gregg Greenwch Jouna 1 s, Sale°-- GREENWICH—The town of Greenwich will have an unchanged board after all three incumbents won theiyaces TUesday. Sara ldleman will gb into d third term as Democrat su­ pervisor after beating out challenger Robert Jeffords, who will still have a seat on the board as a sitting town council member with two years left on his temu Idle- man got 796 votes to Jef fords’ 667. “We had an amazing cam­ paign,\ ldleman said late TUesday, as she waited for results. \I'd like to have more time on the board. I have things 1 want to accomplish.\ she said. Republican council mem­ bers Steve Patrick and Eric Whitehouse also won re election convincingly, beat­ ing out challengers Nancy Fitzpatrick and Susan Fris­ bee. Patrick w ill get a sixth four-year term; Whitehouse a third term Patrick got 895 votes. Whitehouse 840, Frisbee SEE GREENWICH ON PAGE 5 P i t t s w i t h s t a n d s S a l e m s u p e r v i s o r c h a l l e n g e J e n n i n g s , M c L o u g h l i n r e t a i n S a r a t o g a s e a t s By Katherine Cerrone Greenwich Journal & Salem Press SALEM—Last night Salem saw the full­ est election docket in Washington Coun­ ty, with the positions of town supervisor, Justice, clerk, and two council positions all contested. Of special note was the race for town su­ pervisor, between incumbent Seth Pitts and challenger Jay BelHanca. Pitts won with 523 votes to Bellanca’s 220. Pitts ran on the Con­ servative and Republi­ can tickets, while Beflan- caran ora the Salem Unity and Democratic tickets. Pitts and Bellanca butted heads in particular over the issue of flood m iti­ gation, a challenge the town has grap- SITH PITTS SEE SALEM ON PAGE 5 By Katherine Cerrone Greenwich Journal & Salem Press SCHUYLERVILE— Town of Saratoga elec­ tions in Schuytervflle centered around the race for two open town council positions with three candidates. Incumbents Jim Jennings (Honest Democrat) and Mite McLoughlin (Conserva­ tive, Republican, Independent) defended and newcomer Dan McCabe (Conservative. Repub­ lican, Independent) contested. With Republican primaries forgone when candidate Jim Jennings submitted incorrectly signed petition papers to the County Board of Elections, the race was off to a rocky start, but in the end. Jennings prevailed with 685 votes, whilst running on the Democrat and Honest Party tickets, coming in second to incumbent Mike McLaughlin, who had 809 votes, and beat­ ing McCabe, who came in with 569 votes. SE SARATOGA ON PAGE 5 E q u ip p e d fear q u ic k re s c u e s its newrapkl deployment craft, specially designed for water rescues. Dur­ ing the drill, two firefighters—John Stewart and Joe Dlieo—fake a drowning, and William Lant and Jason Fedler deploy the craft Chief Pat Donahue tells the Journal Press that the raft blows up in a minute and features an open bow, making ft easier and safer for crews to perform rescues on fee. The fire com­ pany raised $7,000through donations to pay for the craft and its equipment. N e w v e r s e : B o b W a r r e n r e le a s e s ‘ P o e t i n M e ’ w it h c o ffe e h o u s e f e e l A lbum debuts to sold-out cafe show, o nline stream ing audience v<‘‘ KMhérin* Cerrone Bob plays the tWe track from his new al­ bum, Hie Poetln Me*, available on CD and online. By Katherine Cemne Greenwich Journal & Salem Press GREENWICH—Bob Warren’s “The Poet In Me\ was released this past Saturday with a sellout show at Caffe Lena In Saratoga. The show was also streamed online at Concert Window, an online music venue site, which drew over 40 viewers from around the world. “The Poet in Me” is Warren's sixth album and features eleven tracks of varying musical styles. Warren's band Is comprised of bass­ ist Tony Markellls, drummer Danny Whelchel, guitarist Don Warren, Cel- tst Monica Roach, keyboardist Matt Donnelly, and singer Joy Mackenzie, with whomWarren is now working on another album. The band recorded “The Poet In Me” on March 2-3 at Edie Road Studios in Greenwich. This Is Warren's first al­ bum which doesn't add additional musicians or instrumentation post recording, giving the album a unique live, coffeehouse feel The intention was to provide a “true reflection pf the band and the songs during this tinier\ “We recorded at Edle Road, and they have a space big enough to have ev­ eryone play,\ Warren explained. 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