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Signatures to get on Lakemoor ballot questioned

LAKEMOOR – One Lakemoor trustee is questioning the election paperwork of two fellow candidates.

Trustee Colin McIntyre filed objections to the nominating petitions of incumbent Kimberly Beach and trustee candidate Joseph Enright, saying they do not have enough signatures to appear on the April ballot.

Three trustee seats and the village presidency will be up during this year’s consolidated municipal election. Alexis Aguilar, Phil Lonigro and Rick Weaver also have filed. Lonigro also is an incumbent.

Candidates were required to file petitions with the signatures of at least 50 people who are Lakemoor residents and registered voters.

Beach submitted 52 signatures and Enright 55, but according to McIntyre’s objection, not all of the signatures are valid.

– Emily K. Coleman

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