Lynbrook to appoint new mayor to serve until March special election

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Lynbrook was expected to get a new mayor Monday to serve until a special election in March.

Lynbrook's deputy mayor, Alan Beach, was expected to be sworn in as mayor at the village's regular board meeting Monday night.

Beach is a 35-year village resident and a retired New York City fire lieutenant.

Mayor Bill Hendrick died of complications from a heart attack earlier this month. He had been mayor of the village since 2011.

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