Scarsdale residents went to the polls Tuesday and voted for an uncontested field of candidates to fill village offices. Two-term Trustee Bob Steves earned 235 votes to win his new job as mayor. Steves, the assistant treasurer of Fordham University, will replace pediatrician Miriam Levitt-Flisser. Incumbent Trustee Stacey Brodsky received 234 votes to earn a second term. New Trustees Thomas B. Martin and William Stern received 216 and 219 votes, respectively. There were 245 total votes. All of the candidates were nominated by the Scarsdale Citizens’ Non-Partisan Party, a committee of 30 residents. The Board of Trustees will next meet at 8:30 p.m. March 27.
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