Voters in four Roslyn villages will head to the polls on Tuesday for unopposed elections to fill 12 seats.
In Roslyn, Trustees Marshall Bernstein and Craig Westergard are seeking re-election as well as village Justice Andrew Weitz.
Bernstein, who was originally elected to the seat in 1995, said this will likely be his last term.
Westergard was elected in 2000 and Weitz was elected in 2014.
Voting will take place from noon to 9 p.m. at Village Hall at 1200 Old Northern Blvd.
In Roslyn Estates, incumbent Trustees Stephen Fox and Brian Feingold are the only two who filed petitions to run.
Fox was elected as a write-in candidate to replace Paul Peters when he transitioned to mayor last year.
Voting will take place from noon to 9 p.m. at Village Hall at 25 The Tulips.
In Roslyn Harbor, Trustees Sandy Quentzel and James Friscia have filed to run for another four-year term in the village elections.
Quentzel was appointed to replace Cheryl Mora in 2012 and was elected in 2013.
Friscia was elected in 2012 after spending a few years on the village’s planning board.
The Roslyn Harbor village justice position is also up for election this term, and Timothy O’Rourke, the associate village justice, is running unopposed to fill the seat of Justice Charles E. Parisi.
Voting will take place from noon to 9 p.m. at Village Hall at 500 Motts Cove Road South.
In Flower Hill, Mayor Robert McNamara is running unopposed as are Trustees Kate Hirsch, Randall Rosenbaum and Gary Lewandowski.
McNamara was appointed to the position in December 2016 after state Sen. Elaine Phillips was elected to fill the 7th District seat.
Voting will take place from noon to 9 p.m. at Village Hall at 1 Bonnie Heights Road.