ROCKLAND — Four candidates in Rockland competed this election season for two open seats on the Rockland City Council, with elections taking place Tuesday, Nov. 8.
Both seats represent three-year terms.
Those running for office were Nathan Davis, Adam Lachman, Steven MacDonald and Penelope York.
On Election night, only one seat was decided (shown below) as two candidates tied for the second open seat.
After election officials conducted a recount Saturday, Nov. 12, Penelope York edged out Nathan Davis by one vote: 1,329 to 1,328.
York and Lachman will be sworn in Monday, Nov. 21 at the Annual Organizational Meeting at 7:30 p.m. in City Council Chambers.
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