WEOS-FM will broadcast the March 1st, 2004 Seneca Falls candidates forum. The live broadcast can be heard at 89.7FM, 90.3FM and in Ithaca at 88.1FM. The event will also be heard on the web at www.weos.orgThe Geneva Chapter of the League of Women Voters is sponsoring the forum for all candidates running for village office. Mayoral candidates include incumbent Antonio Costantino, 60, of 24 Stevenson St.; 4th Ward Trustee Diana Smith, 40, of 43 E. Bayard St.; and Seneca Falls Town Councilman James Terryberry, 52, of 8 Washington St. Also invited are the candidates for 2nd Ward trustee — incumbent Republican Sylvester “Tut” Campese, 54, of 171 Fall St., and Democrat Janet Enos, 39, of 292 Fall St. — and for 3rd Ward trustee — incumbent Democrat Louis Lorenzetti, 72, of 10 Mechanic St., and Republican Anthony Petroccia, 53, of 49 Mechanic St. The event will be 7 to 9 p.m. March 1 at the Seneca Falls Community Center. Seneca Falls Village elections will be held on March 16th.WEOS is a non-commercial, public radio station licensed to Hobart and William Smith Colleges, Geneva, NY, The programming features a selection of news, music, sports, public affairs, and other programs of both local and national interest. WEOS is a member of National Public Radio, NPR, and Public Radio International, PRI. WEOS tries to present music and programs that are not always available on other stations in the area. In addition, WEOS provides a local source of area events coverage, including live local concerts, speakers, debates, and news.