Kae Young seeks Lowville mayor’s seat
LOWVILLE, New York (WWNY) - Kae Young has announced a run for Lowville mayor in March.
Young has lived in Lowville for 20 years and recently retired from Fort Drum’s public affairs office.
Before working for the Army, the pollical newcomer was a television reporter who advanced into news management in both Syracuse and the north country.
In a release, she said it’s time to shift focus and “take the next step to further improve the quality of life, reboot tourism and support businesses to ensure their financial stability and success.”
Lowville’s current mayor, Joseph Beagle, is in his first term and tells 7 News he plans to run for a second. His term expires at the end of March.
The post is non-partisan, meaning candidates don’t run on party lines. Village elections are on March 21, with new terms starting on April first.
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