There were no surprises in the . All four incumbents, who were running unopposed, were re-elected.
received 97 votes, as did Trustee Barbara S. Borsack, who has served as Deputy Mayor. She also received one write-in vote for mayor.
Rickenbach has served for 20 years and is the longest serving mayor in the village's history.
Trustee Richard T. Lawler received 96 votes for his second term in office.
Rickenach, Borsack and Lawler were elected to four-year terms.
Trustee , who was appointed to fill the seat after a board member's resignation last year, received the most votes with 98. He was elected to a two-year term to fill the .
A proposition to approve the East Hampton Village Ambulance Association Volunteer Ambulance Worker Service Award Program passed 81-to-7.
Other write-in votes include one vote for John McGuirk for mayor and one for Kenn Wessberg for a four-year term as trustee.
The election took place at the Emergency Services Building between noon and 9 p.m.