Five Towns village election results are in

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The results are in for the village elections in the Five Towns.

In Lawrence, Deputy Mayor Michael Fragin and Trustee Daniel J. Goldstein were re-elected in an uncontested race with 155 and 139 votes. Robert Sharaby and Emily Edelman received two write-in votes for trustee. 

Village Justice Gary Mandel won re-election with 184 votes. Mandel will complete former Village Justice Donald Buchalter’s unexpired term, then run for the full four-year term in 2020. Yossef Nussbaum received six write-in votes while David Weinstein, Elliot Berger and Elliot Schwab each received one write-in vote.

Atlantic Beach Trustees Andrew Rubin and Danae Muddiman won re-election with 48 and 43 votes, respectively. Both candidates ran unopposed.

Hewlett Harbor Deputy Mayor Leonard Oppenheimer and incumbent Trustee Jonathan Polakoff ran unopposed and won re-election with 74 and 73 votes, respectively. This will be Oppenheimer’s sixth term and Polakoff’s third term.

In Woodsburgh, Mayor Lee Israel, Trustees Alan Hirmes and Jacob Harman won re-election with 13 votes each.

Hewlett Neck incumbent Trustees Brett Cooper and Michael Levine earned re-election with 13 and 12 votes, respectively.

Hewlett Bay Park Deputy Mayor Alex Salomon (15) and Trustee Jay Levy (15) were re-elected.

All mayoral and trustee terms are for two years. Every candidate ran unopposed.