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Joseph Kinney, left, is congratulated by Tom Vallone at the Frankfort Town Hall on Tuesday after Kinney won the Republican primary for Frankfort town supervisor over Emil Streeter.
, however, is guaranteed a spot on the ballot because he
also filed a petition on the Independence line.
After learning the outcome of the election, Streeter
campaign is just getting started."I plan to continue to get the information out to the people so that they can make the right decision," he
At the helm of his
campaign platform, Streeter
was focused on developing a long-term strategy for increasing the tax-base by expanding the residential community, decreasing costs by looking at consolidation of services, and updating tax incentives for senior citizen and veterans.
also would be open to a debate-style meeting between the two.
In the September 2003 Republican primary, Kinney also defeated Streeter
stayed on the ballot as an independent but was ultimately defeated in November
.Streeter currently is a member of the Town Board, a four-year position he was elected to in 2001.His
term will expire in November
Emil H. Streeter