RHINEBECK — Three candidates will be on the ballot Tuesday for two Village Board seats carrying two-year terms.
Voting will noon to 9 p.m. at Town Hall at 80 E. Market St.
Gipson, 47, a three-year village resident, is a self-employed scenic designer seeking office for the first time. He is a 1981 graduate of John Tyler High School in Tyler, Texas; earned a bachelor’s degree in fine arts at Texas Tech University in 1986; and in 1991 received a master’s degree in fine arts from Penn State University. He is a village Planning Board member, Friends of Morton Library member, and on the Sinterklaas committee.
Beecher, 49, has lived in the village for 24 years and is a social worker with Astor Services for Children and Family. He is a 1979 graduate of Troy High School, and in 1997 earned a bachelor’s degree in social work from SUNY New Paltz.
Neuneker, 45, is a self-employed property manager who has lived in the village for six years and last year finished third in a race for two board seats. He graduated from Lyons Township High School in 1982, earned a bachelor’s degree in finance from Western Illinois University, in Macomb, Ill., in 1986; and a law degree in 1994 from John Marshall Law School in Chicago.