BETHLEHEM — Marc Dorsey may be the town’s new superintendent of highways.
Less than 200 votes separate the challenger from incumbent John “Tiger” Anastasi.
Though Anastasi appears on three ballot lines, Republican, Conservative and Independence, it isn’t enough. Dorsey appears on both the Democrat and Working Families party lines; however, his 625 votes from the Democrat line gives him enough to overtake Anastasi’s 567 total votes.
Michael Hallisey is managing editor of Spotlight Newspapers.