Two newcomers have been elected to the Ridgewood Village Council.
According to unofficial voting results posted on the municipal website after Tuesday’s election, residents Susan Knudsen and Michael Sedon won the two open seats on the council with 2,723 and 2,588 votes, respectively. James Albano lost the election, getting only 1,021 votes, the post said.
The two will serve four-year terms.
Knudsen currently serves as the vice chair of the board of adjustment and Sedon is a former reporter at The Ridgewood News. Albano is the president of the Ridgewood Baseball and Softball Association, reports said.
Of the 16,855 registered voters in Ridgewood, the village said 20.26% turned out to vote Tuesday.
The new councilmembers will officially replace Tom Riche and Bernadette Walsh this July.