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Belosky To Challenge Sweet For GOP Seat In County's 3rd District

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Former Chemung County Buildings and Grounds Superintendent Mike Belosky, a Republican, plans to run for Chemung County Legislature.

Belosky is running in the county's 3rd district, which includes the Village of Horseheads and parts of the Town of Horseheads.

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Incumbent Third District legislator Tom Sweet, also a Republican, announced recently that he would seek re-election.

In addition to his county position, Belosky has been a self-employed contractor since 1974, with projects such as Colonial Estates and Prospect Ridge housing subdivisions on his résumé, along with leading renovations at Ira Davenport Hospital in Bath. He is a former board member of the National Soaring Museum and former cabinet member of the United Way.

Belosky's goals included shared service agreements, maintaining local municipalities and fiscal responsibility.

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