School District
Seats/Term Candidates/Proposition Proposed Budget Percent Change Budget Result Vote
Amagansett 1, at-large, 3 yrs Dawn Rana-Brophy (134) defeated Mary A. Eames (104). A proposition to authorize $107,000 from energy and technology capital reserve fund for technical upgrades passed, 193-48. A proposition to authorize spending $100,000 from a capital reserve fund to replace a school bus passed, 200-43. $10,752,240 0.69% Pass 171-74
Amityville 2, by seat, 3 yrs Juan Leon (610) was unopposed. Jeannette Santos (527) was unopposed. $91,506,765 3.49% Pass 515-230
Babylon 2, at-large, 3 yrs Ann Donaldson (634) and Tricia Pané (616) were unopposed. $53,035,604 2.64% Pass 548-217
Baldwin 2, at-large, 3 yrs Annie Doresca (909) and Mary Jo O'Hagan (923) were unopposed. $131,020,750 1.98% Pass 839-331
Bay Shore 2, at-large, 3 yrs Craig Brewer (873) and Susan Gargan (1,001) defeated Michael Ruggiere. $155,847,443 2.54% Pass 979-353
Bayport-Blue Point 2, by seat, 3 yrs William Holl (928) and Matthew Seery (725) were elected. $71,761,393 2.02% Pass 895-264
Bellmore 2, at-large, 3 yrs Marion Blane (407) and Brian Desmond (418) ran unopposed. A proposition to set up a $5.8 million capital reserve fund for improvements to district facilities passed, 432-200. $35,267,556 1.92% Pass 416-227
Bellmore-Merrick N/A A proposition to spend $1.53 million from a capital reserve fund for paving, track resurfacing, turf replacement, and other projects passed, 3,741-1,600. $159,788,043 3.98% Pass 3,333-2,066
Bethpage 3, by seat, 1,3 yrs James McGlynn (652) was unopposed. Christina Scelta (632) was unopposed for the one-year term remaining on the seat of Kurt Spears, who resigned earlier this year and was replaced by Scelta. Sandra Watson (653) ran unopposed. A proposition to authorize spending $2,954,000 from a capital reserve fund to fund various building and technology improvements passed, 784-100. $85,229,857 1.99% Pass 734-158
Brentwood 3, by seat, 3 yrs Julia Burgos (724) defeated William King Moss III (345). Eileen Felix (713) defeated Bryan Greaves (339). Cynthia Ciferri (684) defeated Camille Serrano (375) for the seat of Daniel Calderon, who did not seek re-election. A proposition to replace seat-specific voting with at-large elections failed, 538-522. $406,789,163 3.36% Pass 694-385
Bridgehampton 3, at-large, 3 yrs Douglas DeGroot (126), Lillian Tyree-Johnson (129) and Ronald White (130) were unopposed. $16,297,465 9.99% Pass 100-44
Carle Place 3 Anthony Bulzomi (423), Joseph LoCurto (506) and Neal McLaughlin (448) were elected. A proposition to authorize the district to set up a $1-million repair reserve fund to buy equipment and fund renovations, reconstruction and construction passed, 575-138. A proposition to authorize the district to spend $1.73 million from a capital reserve fund for districtwide security-camera and security-network replacements and upgrades, door replacement and electrical-system upgrades at the high school and reconstruction costs at the Rushmore Avenue School passed, 585? 131. A proposition to authorize the district to spend $2.27-million from a capital reserve fund for remaining abatement and reconstruction costs at the Rushmore Avenue School passed, 572?136. $49,440,424 0.33% Pass 580-146
Center Moriches 1, 3+ yrs George Maxwell (462) defeated Jennifer Chernis. $43,100,129 2.31% Pass 516-358
Central Islip 2, at-large, 3 yrs Fred Philips (384) and William Softy (357) were unopposed. $210,833,025 3.54% Pass 387-158
Cold Spring Harbor 2, at-large, 3 yrs Anthony Paolano (431), Ingrid Wright (528) defeated William McHale. A proposition to withdraw $575,000 from capital reserve funds to complete security upgrades and other infrastructure construction projects, passed, 533 to 168. $68,466,684 2.77% Pass 528-431
Commack 1, by seat, 3 yrs Jarrett Behar (1,302) ran unopposed. $193,222,797 1.61% Pass 1,203-419
Comsewogue 3, at-large, 3 yrs Richard Rennard (818), John Swenning (901) and Corey Prinz (769) were unopposed; Louise Melious did not seek re-election. A proposition to authorize a $32-million bond proposal for upgrades in all six schools in the district passed, 768-315. $91,947,730 2.11% Pass 829-263
Connetquot 2, at-large, 3 yrs Eileen Panico (1,266) and Mark Warshaw (1,294) defeated Nicholas Ferraioli (578) and Robert Hochstein (367). Craig Amarando did not seek re-election. A proposition to rename administration building for former school board member Helen R. Maloney passed, 1,143-808. A proposition to expand school board to seven members failed, 1,196-703. $192,870,820 2.92% Pass 1,507-517
Copiague 3, by seat, 3 yrs Laura Gavey (602) ran unopposed. Peter Robinson (459) defeated Ledy Torres. Kenneth Urban (463) defeated Viscel Moore for the seat of Michael Greb, who resigned from his position a few months ago. $129,306,488 9.06% Pass 557-392
Deer Park 2, by seat, 3 yrs Donna Marie Elliott (775) and Robert Marino (694) were elected. $112,508,977 3.06% Pass 816-242
East Hampton 2, at-large, 3 yrs Christina DeSanti (436) and Sarah Minardi (467) were elected. A proposition to approve an $8.9 million bond to construct a new transportation facility passed, 459-158. $69,846,198 2.25% Pass 532-89
East Islip 2, by seat, 3 yrs Jessica Carney (1,852) and Philip Montuori, Sr. (1,704) were unopposed. A capital improvement bond proposition passed, 1,680-1,116. $117,081,377 1.80% Pass 1,873-933
East Meadow 2, by seat, 3 yrs Eileen Napolitano (1,646) defeated Brian O'Flaherty. Melissa Tell (1,708) defeated Joseph Danenza. A proposition to authorize a $12.8 million capital reserve fund for improvements and repairs to district school buildings passed, 2,218-730. A proposition to change the district?s school board elections to at-large voting, beginning in 2019, passed, 1,672-1,276. $203,754,394 2.05% Pass 2,317-699
East Moriches 2, at-large, 3 yrs Lisa Pesce (255) and Greg Menegio (253) were unopposed. Joann Lapinski did not seek re-election. A proposition to allow students to select their high schools passed, 279-59. $28,001,605 2.24% Pass 246-92
East Quogue 1, at-large, 3 yrs Christopher Hudson (492) was unopposed. A proposition to establish a capital reserve fund for facilities repairs passed, 447-100. A proposition for transportation service to extend busing to kindergarten students passed, 419-139. $25,108,016 3.04% Pass 442-122
East Rockaway 1, at-large, 3 yrs Dominick Vulpis (689) defeated Theresa Devlin for the seat of John Giannotti, Jr., who did not seek re-election. A proposition approving $200,000 from the district?s capital reserve fund for facility and security updates passed, 784-281, A proposition approving $200,000 from the district?s capital reserve fund for technology upgrades passed, 782-273, A proposition increasing the Capital Reserve Fund for Building Improvements and Repairs by $7 million passed, 711-340. $39,422,943 3.00% Appr 735-357
East Williston 2, by seat, 3 yrs Robert V. Fallarino, Esq. (326) and Leonard Hirsch (313) were unopposed $60,007,038 2.95% Pass 277-132
Eastport-South Manor 2, at-large, 3 yrs Marion Diener (642) and Danielle Warsaw (614) defeated Larry Brown, Jr., Christine Burst, Kaitlyn Gambina and Tara Mazovec. Ginny Churchin and Kenneth Cooke did not seek re-election. $93,502,384 0.62% Pass 1,096-388
Elmont 2, by seat, 3 yrs Patrick Emeagwali (703) and Sheldon Meikle (683) were unopposed. Kevin Denehy did not seek re-election. $89,479,090 3.55% Pass 903-292
Elwood 2, at-large, 3 yrs Heather Mammolito (918) and James Tomeo (983) were unopposed. A proposition to establish a $5 million capital reserve fund with a 10-year term for facilities improvements passed, 854-345. $61,606,082 2.11% Pass 896-327
Farmingdale 3, at-large, 3 yrs Mario Espinosa (1,119), Anthony Giordano (1,299) and Kathy Lively (1,383), defeated Korin Cloghessy and Raymond J. Webb, Jr. A proposition authorizing an appropriation for the Farmingdale Youth Council passed, 1,522-536. $165,707,424 2.10% Pass 1,413-658
Fire Island 3, at-large, 3 yrs Lisa Kaufman (42), Kathleen Skelly-Kurka (41) and Amy Wood (45) were unopposed. $5,708,219 0.37% Pass 46-0
Fishers Island 2, at-large, 3 yrs William Bloethe (41) and write-in candidate Thomas Shillo (28) were elected. $3,705,582 1.48% Pass 39-5
Floral Park-Bellerose 2, by seat, 3 yrs Laura Ferone (590) and Douglas Madden (573) were unopposed. A proposition to spend $990,000 from a capital reserve fund for school building improvement projects passed, 531-230. A proposition to establish a $3.9-million capital reserve fund for future construction projects passed, 507-255. $31,078,736 2.81% Pass 486-246
Franklin Square 2, by seat, 3 yrs Helen Hoffman (582) was unopposed. Joseph Lewinger (446) defeated Jean Fichtl. A proposition for Sewanhaka Central High School District's 2018-19 budget passed, 678-252. A proposition for the expenditure of funds for projects related to the capital reserve passed, 718-203. $38,783,000 2.58% Pass 685-254
Freeport 1, at-large, 3 yrs Ernest Kight, Jr. (711) ran unopposed. A proposition to spend $1.5 million from a capital reserve fund set up in 2009 and $2.5 million from a capital reserve fund established last year passed, 662-121. $179,926,080 2.80% Pass 638-176
Garden City 3, by seat, 1,3 yrs Damianos (Tom) Pinou (859) ran unopposed. Michael Cassaro (855) ran unopposed for the seat of Robert Martin, who did not seek re-election. Stefanie Granville (924) ran unopposed for the one-year term remaining on the seat of Laura Hastings, who vacated early. $115,805,283 2.79% Pass 1,000-262
Glen Cove 3, at-large, 3 yrs Gail Nedbor-Gross (545), Mary Murphy (645) and Rosemarie Graziosi Sekelsky (765) were elected. $88,209,126 2.68% Pass 863-271
Great Neck 2, by seat, 3 yrs Donald Ashkenase (1,444) ran unopposed. Barbara Berkowitz (1,745) ran unopposed. $229,845,028 2.93% Pass 1,856-333
Greenport 2, at-large, 3 yrs Babette Cornine (229) and Daniel Creedon (221) defeat Sonia Spar. The district successfully pierced the tax-cap, with 64.6 percent of votes in favor of passage. $19,038,000 3.66% Pass 243-133
Half Hollow Hills 2, at-large, 3 yrs Stephanie Gurin (777) and Adam Kleinberg (745) were unopposed. $253,611,084 2.24% Pass 649-307
Hampton Bays 2, at-large, 3 yrs Liz Scully (668) and Anne Culhane (668) were unopposed. Mike Dunn did not seek re-election. A proposition for safety and security enhancements passed, 607-233. A proposition to transfer fund balances to pay for future repairs and upgrades passed, 598-243. $52,483,604 3.25% Pass 573-263
Harborfields 3, at-large, 3 yrs Suzie Lustig (949), Steven Engelmann (862) and Joseph C. Savaglio (744) were unopposed. Donald W. Mastroianni and Thomas McDonagh did not seek re-election. $86,086,696 2.27% Pass 966-275
Hauppauge 2, at-large, 3 yrs Michael Buscarino (706) and Stacey Weisberg (655) ran unopposed. A proposition to authorize use of capital reserve to replace the roof at Forest Brook Elementary School and reconstruct bathrooms district wide passed, 744 ? 214. $113,351,328 2.46% Pass 652?306
Hempstead 2, at-large, 3 yrs Carmen Ayala (547) and Patricia Spleen (542) defeated Gwen Jackson and Maribel Touré. A proposition to authorize a $46,844,112 bond issue to demolish and replace the long-closed Marguerite G. Rhodes School passed, 623-245. $215,075,440 6.11% Pass 500-354
Herricks 2, by seat, 3 yrs Nancy Feinstein (928) and Brian R. Hassan (774) were unopposed. $114,391,671 2.86% Pass 885-382
Hewlett-Woodmere 3, at-large, 3 yrs Melissa Gates (924), Judy Menashe (901) and Debi Sheinin (878) ran unopposed. Jonathan Altus and Stephen B. Witt did not seek re-election. A proposition authorizing the district to spend $14.78 million in capital reserve funds for heating, ventilation and air-conditioning (HVAC) upgrades and window replacement; masonry repairs and toilet room renovations; paving replacement; window and roof replacement, exterior waterproofing and interior reconstruction; gutter and fascia repairs; and districtwide technology upgrades passed, 899-428. $119,785,062 2.86% Pass 784-536
Hicksville 2, by seat, 3 yrs Phil Heckler (1,070) ran unopposed. Brenda Judson (906) defeated Kyle Singh. A proposition to establish a technology capital reserve fund of up to $1,721,030 for security upgrades and technology projects, with a three-year term and funded by transfers of $1 million of unexpended surplus from the workers' compensation reserve and $721,030 from the unemployment reserve passed, 1,029-317. A proposition for a $60,000 payment to the Hicksville Gregory Museum for educational services associated with its programs passed, 1,011-348. $135,686,223 0.67% Pass 983-343
Huntington 3, at-large, 3 yrs Christine Biernacki (1,029), Thomas DiGiacomo (897) and Lynda Tine-D'anna (816) defeated Michele Deegan and Alvin White. Emily Rogan did not seek re-election. A proposition to authorize the district to spend up to $7.151 million from the capital reserve fund to cover items including construction of security vestibules; roof replacement; replacement of two boilers; and replacement of tiles in an instruction room and bathrooms passed, 1,293-209. A proposition to authorize the district to create a new $1.5 million 2018 Building Improvement Fund for repairs and reconstruction as needed to the high school?s turf athletic field passed, 1,260-238. The new fund would have a term of five years and use existing surplus budget funds and appropriations to avoid borrowing through a bond issue. $129,812,991 2.85% Pass 1,215-314
Island Park 1, at-large, 5 yrs Diana Caracciolo (332) was unopposed. $39,887,986 1.46% Pass 237-146
Island Trees 2, by seat, 3 yrs William Fitzgerald (305) and Amy Martin (341) were unopposed. $65,143,770 2.77% Pass 365-158
Islip 3, by seat, 3 yrs Tom Leggio (1,093) was unopposed. Eric S. Buehler (913) defeated Matthew Kriss. Brian Clock did not seek re-election. Paul J. Austin (1,085) was unopposed. Mary Ann Coughlin did not seek re-election. $83,956,103 1.84% Pass 1,060-355
Jericho 2, at-large, 3 yrs William Ferro (447) and Daborah Lee (477) were unopposed. A proposition to authorize the district to spend up to $16,125,134 on capital improvements passed, 482-72. $122,653,735 -0.01% Pass 472-80
Kings Park 2, at-large, 3 yrs Kevin Johnston (1,383) and Diane Nally (1,281) defeated Darryl Valinchus. $92,168,700 4.09% Pass 1,189-550
Lawrence 2, by seat, 3 yrs Heshy Blachorsky (882) defeated Asher Matathias. Abel Feldhamer (996) was unopposed. A proposition to authorize the transfer of $4 million to the capital reserve fund to pay for construction, reconstruction, renovation and other upgrades to schools and other district buildings passed, 747-276. $102,449,281 1.65% Pass 823-301
Levittown 2, at-large, 3 yrs Marianne Adrian (1,214), James Moran (1,178) defeated Colleen Napoli. A proposition that authorizes spending $3 million from capital reserve funds to replace classroom doors and windows passed, 1,402-538. $215,892,556 2.70% Pass 1,372-697
Lindenhurst 4, by seat, 2,3 yrs Mary Ellen Cunningham (1,347) ran unopposed. Kevin Garbe (1,339) ran unopposed. Donna Hochman (1,287) ran unopposed. Josephine Martino (1,036) defeated Gabrielle Anzalone (747) for the two-year term remaining on the seat previously held by Edward J. Murphy, Jr. A proposition to authorize creation of a capital reserve fund passed, 1,231-691. $160,671,302 3.01% Pass 1,200-762
Locust Valley 3, at-large, 1,3 yrs Brian T. Nolan (1,110), Margaret Marchand (955) and Jennifer Maselli (1,137) defeated Tyler Raciti. Erika Bruno did not seek re-election. The third-highest vote-getter gets the one-year term remaining on the seat of Lissa Harris, who moved away from the district in September. A proposition to spend $1.5 million in capital reserve funds for roof replacements and an adaptive playground passed, 1,117-410. A proposition to create a $5 million capital reserve fund for projects such as security enhancements, roof replacements, heating and ventilation system upgrades, parking lot improvements and instructional space reconstruction passed, 1,072-411. $85,612,108 1.82% Pass 1,008-544
Long Beach 2, at-large, 3 yrs Sam Pinto (1,767) and Tina Posterli (1,492) defeated Stewart Mininsky, Lori Montgomery and Ronald McHenry. A proposition to spend up to $1 million from the capital reserve fund passed, 2,075 -788. A proposition establishing the 2018 Capital Improvement Fund passed, 1,919 -881. $139,922,949 3.40% Pass 1,954-1,047
Longwood 4, at-large, 1,3 yrs Penelope Blizzard-McGrath (1,365), Daniel Tomaszewski (1,272), Victoria Molloy (1,238) and Maureen E. Silvestri (939) defeated Josephine M. Bailey, Coralanne Griffith-Hunte, William Massian, Matthew Silberman, Rhonda Stitham and Keith Vincent Tola. The fourth-highest vote-getter gets a one-year term remaining on the seat of Philip Reany, Jr., who passed away. $250,000,000 2.97% Pass 1,787-808
Lynbrook 3, at-large, 3 yrs Lesli Deninno (828), Robert Paskoff (809) and David Yaker (793) were unopposed. $85,199,343 3.29% Pass 767-359
Malverne 1, by seat, 4 yrs Laura Avvinti (404) defeated Martine Santos. Marguerite O'Connor did not seek re-election. A proposition to spend $1.6 million from the district?s capital reserve funds for districtwide improvements and purchasing a school bus passed, 531-232.. A proposition for spending $600,000 to purchase property to be used for parking at the Davison Avenue Intermediate School passed, 500-249. $57,123,216 2.92% Pass 520-258
Manhasset 2, at-large, 3 yrs Ann Marie Curd (1,091) and Carlo Prinzo (1,065) were unopposed. A proposition to create a capital reserve fund of up to $10 million for districtwide capital projects, improvements, renovations and construction, funded generally through the transfer of surplus money, if any, from the district's general fund passed, 995-414. $96,369,935 2.64% Pass 1,004-412
Massapequa 2, at-large, 3 yrs Jeanine Caramore (2,881) and Kerry Wachter (2,696) defeated Tina Cardali and Rose Stein; Maryanne Fisher (incumbent) and Joe LaBella (incumbent) did not seek re-election. A proposition for for an aquatic center at Alfred G Berner Middle School was rejected, 1,818-3,423. $199,808,099 2.67% Pass 3,360- 1,874
Mattituck-Cutchogue 3, at-large, 3 yrs Douglas Cooper (442), Barbara Wheaton (462) and Jeffrey Connolly (406) were unopposed. $40,676,974 -0.22% Pass 425-128
Merrick 3, at-large, 3 yrs Pamela Banks (554), Nancy S. Kaplan (740), Linda Wilk (533) defeated Gabrielle Curcio and Richard J. Soleymanzadeh. A proposition for the Bellmore-Merrick Central High School District budget of $159,788,043 passed, 802-315. $51,791,334 5.10% Pass 813-310
Middle Country 4, by seat, 2,3 yrs Arlene Barresi (1,408) was unopposed; Karen J. Lessler (1,398) was unopposed; Daniel Hill (1,372) was unopposed for the seat of James H. Macomber (incumbent), who did not seek re-election; Kathleen Walsh (1,467) ran unopposed for the two-year term remaining on the seat of Eliness Estevez, whom she was appointed to replace after Estevez resigned from her position. $250,124,601 2.68% Pass 1,438-495
Miller Place 1, at-large, 3 yrs Keith J. Frank (688) ran unopposed. $72,685,864 2.10% Pass 616-209
Mineola 2, at-large, 3 yrs Christine Napolitano (628) and Brian Widman (564) ran unopposed. $98,195,200 3.97% Pass 553-229
Montauk 1, by seat, 5 yrs Lee White (102) was unopposed. $19,795,316 5.16% Pass 94-14
Mount Sinai 2, at-large, 3 yrs Michael Riggio (747) and Stephen Koepper (651) ran unopposed. A proposition transferring $5 million from an unassigned fund balance to the capital fund passed 787-176, and a proposition transferring money from fund balances to establish $10 million capital reserve fund passed 761-199. $60,203,745 1.57% Pass 769-193
New Hyde Park-Garden City Park 2, by seat, 3 yrs David Del Santo (558) ran unopposed; Jennifer DeRocchis (548) ran unopposed. $39,246,850 2.70% Pass 469-281
New Suffolk 1, by seat, 3 yrs Jim Baker (8) and Lauren Grant (8) are a write-in tie. They will be contacted and if both are interested, there will likely be a second vote. Jeanette Cooper did not seek re-election. $1,292,581 9.99% Pass 45-18
North Babylon 2, at-large, 3 yrs Matthew Lucchetti (778) and Paul Miller (691) were unopposed; Salvatore Levanti resigned from his position in January. $118,395,622 1.60% Pass 827-282
North Bellmore 2, at-large, 3 yrs Melissa Cmar-Grote (1,119), Nina Lanci (1,170) defeated Jeannie Shipman and Tara Casucci. A proposition which would have expanded the transportation limit for non-public school students was rejected, 1,982-452. A proposition to change transportation received 1,450 votes for option C, meaning there will be no change. $57,228,137 3.45% Fail 1,322-1,231
North Merrick 2, at-large, 3 yrs Challengers Michelle Gordon (531) and Vincent Lentini (586) defeated Steve Enella and Todd Ransom. $32,492,312 3.51% Pass 829-331
North Shore 2, at-large, 3 yrs Timothy Madden (1,132) and Liisa Vizza (1002) were elected. A proposition that sets a new minimum for high school students eligible for busing to those who live 1 mile ? rather than 1.5 miles ? from school passed, 1,444-453. A proposition that authorizes spending $3,443,912 from capital reserve to pay for improvements including school air-conditioning and replacing the high school cafeteria?s ceiling passed, 1,508-413. $104,868,519 2.70% Pass 1,430-511
Northport-East Northport 3, at-large, 2,3 yrs Victoria Buscareno (2,195), David Stein (2,173) and David Badanes (1,815) defeated Thomas Loughran (1,612). A proposition authorizing $900,000 from the capital reserve fund on equipment upgrades and replacements, including door and window replacements, installation of bollards throughout the district and replacement of gates and fencing passed, 2,524-555. A proposition to authorize the district to establish a $20 million capital reserve fund, with a probable term of 10 years, for capital improvements, upgrades and renovations passed, 2,403-696. $166,810,381 2.15% Pass 2,287-54
Oceanside 2, by seat, 3 yrs Seth Blau (1,086) was unopposed. Stuart Kaplan (949) defeated Charles Lyon for the seat of Kimberly Grim Garrity, who did not seek re-election. A proposition to set up a $20 million capital reserve fund to buy property and equipment and make improvements, renovations and alterations to district buildings passed, 1,278-460. A proposition to spend $750,000 in surplus funds from the 2017-18 school budget to complete alterations and improvements to district buildings passed, 1,263-373. $153,863,333 2.48% Pass 1,265-495
Oyster Bay-East Norwich 2, at-large, 4 yrs Nancy Castrogiovanni (632) and Maryann Santos (622) defeated Ann Marie Longo. Michael Castellano did not seek re-election. A proposition for spending $1,135,000 from the capital reserve fund for playground, locker room, asphalt and bathroom improvements/replacements and a field house passed, 773-243. A proposition to approve spending up to $900,000 from the capital reserve fund and undesignated/unreserved surplus on air conditioning in the Oyster Bay High School auditorium passed, 766-254. A proposition to establish a technology capital reserve fund, adding up to $1 million a year over 10 years, not to exceed $10 million passed, 744-275. $57,607,530 2.32% Pass 754-275
Oysterponds 2, at-large, 3 yrs Linda Sledjeski Goldsmith (87) and Philip Mastrangelo (95) were unopposed. $5,794,781 1.58% Pass 103-18
Patchogue-Medford 3, at-large, 3 yrs Marc A. Negrin (1,349) Anthony C. O'Brien (1,543), and Bernadette Smith (1,467) were elected. A proposition establishing a $15 million capital reserve fund for construction, improvements, equipment and furnishings of district facilities, passed, 1431 to No-733. A second proposition to authorize the district to spend $1.2 million on security upgrades from existing capital reserve funds passed, 1569 to 618. $190,467,316 3.54% Pass 1440-807
Plainedge 4, by seat, 1,3 yrs Joseph Netto (803) was unopposed. Eric Szillus did not seek re-election. Sisi Wong Townson (809) was unopposed. Jennifer Maggio (760) ran for the one-year term remaining on the seat of Joseph Netto. Lynnda Nadien (750) ran for the seat of Dennis Gustafson who did not seek re-election. Proposition approved (879-354) authorizing the district to spend up to $3,998,200 from existing capital reserve funds for districtwide upgrades, including to bathrooms, playgrounds, and smartboards. Proposition approved (847? 396) authorizing the district to create a $5.87 million capital reserve fund dedicated to security enhancements. $93,851,980 2.56% Pass 806-460
Plainview-Old Bethpage 2, at-large, 3 yrs Jodi Campagna (1000) and Lauren Sackstein (966) were unopposed. A proposition to spend $4.6 million from a capital reserve fund for facility improvements passed, 1,029-291. $157,166,366 3.27% Pass 928-394
Port Jefferson 3, at-large, 3 yrs Rene Tidwell (649), Tracy Zamek (604) and Ryan Walker (660) were elected; Mark Doyle (incumbent) and Vincent Ruggiero (incumbent) did not seek re-election. A proposition for a partial roof replacement at the high school passed, 874 ? 257. $43,889,812 2.36% Pass 774?362
Port Washington 3, at-large, 3 yrs Larry Greenstein (1,536), Nora Johnson (1,653) and Elizabeth Weisburd (1,565) won three-year terms. $155,938,460 3.12% Pass 1,807-449
Quogue 1, at-large, 3 yrs Timothy Carbone (94) defeated Hector Joseph Silva. $8,341,716 3.50% Pass 112-20
Remsenburg-Speonk 2, at-large, 3 yrs Jennifer Ashley (178) and Mary Greiner (156) defeated Salvatore Barbieri. Heather Carriero did not seek re-election. A proposition to contract with Westhampton Beach and Eastport-South Manor school districts to educate students in grades 7-12 passed, 218-20. $14,035,604 3.76% Pass 179-60
Riverhead 3, at-large, 1,3 yrs Brian P. Connelly (1,133), Susan Koukounas (1,237), Elizabeth C. Silva (933) defeated Joshua Berezny (563), Amelia Lantz (884), Gregory-John Fischer (498) Ronald Fisher (867). A proposition for using $154,500 in food services funds to buy cafeteria equipment passed 1,806-623, A proposition establishing cafeteria capital reserve fund passed 1,654-772. $140,380,950 2.93% Pass 1,581-862
Rockville Centre 2, at-large, 3 yrs Liz Dion (1,636) and Kelly Barry (1,703) were unopposed; Mark Masin (incumbent) did not seek re-election. $117,152,642 3.97% Pass 1,456-534
Rocky Point 2, at-large, 3 yrs Greg Amendola (571) and Edward Casswell (551) were unopposed; Scott Reh did not seek re-election. $86,128,785 3.41% Pass 499-226
Roosevelt 1, by seat, 3 yrs Charlena H. Croutch (201) ran unopposed. A proposition authorizing use of $842,668 from reserve funds for technology and security improvements passed, 189-37. A proposition authorizing spending $1,139,896 of reserve funds to add wireless access points at the high school and upgrade equipment passed, 186-38. A prooposition authorizing $600,000 in spending for various building improvements passed, 193-34. $103,088,877 3.84% Pass 182-50
Roslyn 3, at-large, 3 yrs David Dubner (520), David Seinfeld (503) and Michael Levine (531) were unopposed. Adam Haber did not seek re-election. A proposition for financing the purchase of five new buses passed, 515-128. $109,959,967 2.59% Pass 515-137
Sachem 3, at-large, 3 yrs William Coggin (2,851), Laura Slattery (2,952) and Meredith Volpe (2,892) ran unopposed; Robert Scavo (incumbent) did not seek re-election. $322,887,319 2.77% Pass 2,688-1,491
Sag Harbor 2, at-large, 3 yrs Susan Schaefer (486) and Jordana Sobey (389) ran unopposed; Stephanie Bitis (incumbent) did not seek re-election. A proposition to reduce transportation limit to half mile passed, 343-170. $41,880,896 4.95% Pass 353-162
Sagaponack 1, at-large, 3 yrs Lauren Thayer (64) defeated Diana Payne (26). A proposition authorizing a contract with East Hampton schools to educate grades 4-6 on a tuition basis passed, 85-0. A proposition authorizing a contract with Sag Harbor schools to educate students in preschool and grades 4-6 on a tuition basis passed, 84-1. $1,538,692 -9.80% Pass 87-1
Sayville 3, by seat, 3 yrs Carl Cangelosi (1,067), Keith Kolar (1,079) and John Verdone (1,085) were unopposed. $93,555,280 3.27% Pass 1,090-264
Seaford 1, at-large, 3 yrs Andrea Parisi (905) defeated Patrick Rail. A proposition to create a $20 million capital reserve fund passed, 1,082-383. $68,436,438 2.62% Pass 1,117-375
Sewanhaka N/A Board is comprised of board members from Franklin Square, New Hyde Park-Garden City Park, Floral Park-Bellerose and Elmont. $198,615,864 2.87% Pass 2,548-1,024
Shelter Island 2, at-large, 3 yrs Kathleen Lynch (231) was unopposed. Margaret Colligan (119) was a write-in candidate. Susan Binder did not seek re-election. $11,714,448 3.42% Pass 192-93
Shoreham-Wading River 2, at-large, 3 yrs Robert Rose (772) and James Smith (767) ran unopposed; Michael Yannucci (incumbent) did not seek re-election. $74,776,072 0.95% Pass 790-233
Smithtown 2, by seat, 3 yrs Mandi Kowalik (1,618) defeated Christopher Alcure (935); Jeremy Thode (1,790)) was unopposed. A proposition to spend $13.3 million from capital reserve fund to complete capital improvements passed, 2,090-583. $244,913,464 2.32% Pass 1,873-800
South Country 3, at-large, 2,3 yrs Lisa Di Santo (578), Regina L. Hunt (807), Chris Picini (757) defeated Gena Ancona, Monique Armann and Cameron Tent. A proposition to authorize spending $2.42 million for capital repairs to Frank P. Long Intermediate School passed, 926-607. $132,158,005 1.98% Pass 1,091-454
South Huntington 3, at-large, 3 yrs Michele R. DeGaetano (1,084), Linda O. LaCara (1,046) and Edward J. Nitkewicz (1,001) defeated Solange Rich. A proposition to sell property on Depot Road passed, 1,149-324. A proposition to purchase property on Oakwood Road passed, 1,112-361. $170,505,675 4.74% Pass 1,107-398
Southampton 1, at-large, 4 yrs Michael G. Medio (694) defeated Charles A. Styler. Heather McCallion did not seek re-election. A proposition to use capital reserve funds to buy and renovate a property was rejected, 894-397. A proposition to purchase two buses and four vans passed, 887-391. A proposition to spend $2.1 million from a capital reserve fund for building improvements passed, 825-458. A proposition to contract with the Southampton Youth Association for recreation program for 2018-2019 passed, 861-426. A. proposition approved to contract for services with the Southampton Historical Museum for $220,000 for 2018-2019 passed, 793-469. $70,436,192 2.31% Pass 743-534
Southold 2, at-large, 3 yrs Paulette Ofrias (390) and John Crean (335) defeated Amy Bennett. $29,981,000 1.84% Pass 436-115
Springs 1, at-large, 3 yrs Barbara Dayton (332) was unopposed. A proposition to purchase handicap-accessible vans and install security cameras in buses passed, 271-149. $28,873,698 2.71% Pass 269-151
Syosset 3, at-large, 3 yrs Christopher Di Filippo (incumbent), Andy Feldman (incumbent), Wendy Levitt, Uzma Syed, Chris Ulrich and Bill Weiner; Joshua Lafazan (incumbent) did not seek re-election. A proposition to establish a capital reserve fund of up to $5 million for districtwide security improvements, with funding from the budget reserve passed, 1,714-494. Counting of affidavit ballots will affect numbers. $230,346,020 2.97% Pass 1,642-591
Three Village 2, at-large, 3 yrs Deanna Bavlnka (1,482) and William F. Connors, Jr. (1,553) were unopposed. $209,803,354 2.62% Pass 1,412-536
Tuckahoe 1, by seat, 3 yrs Sean Hattrick (242) was unopposed. A proposition to authorize a capital project of $338,275, funded from capital reserves passed 211-57. A proposition to authorize the district?s participation in the Southampton Youth Association passed. 202-65. A proposition to authorize the district's participation in the Parrish Art Museum passed, 194-74. $21,197,146 5.10% Pass 190-79
Uniondale 2, by seat, 3 yrs Justin Brown (988) defeated Emerson Mott. Charmise Desire (1,128) defeated James M. Sharpe III. $197,337,434 5.41% Fail 847-1,009
Valley Stream 13 2, by seat, 3 yrs Vinny Pandit (367) defeated challenger Reginald St. Fort; William P. Stris (563) was unopposed. A proposition that establishes a 10-year capital reserve fund of up to $10 million for improvements at the district?s schools passed, 534-288. $51,496,380 3.32% Pass 504-323
Valley Stream 24 1, by seat, 3 yrs Donna LaRocco (338) defeated Melissa Herrera. Proposition approved (367-187) establishing a 10-year capital reserve fund of up to $2 million for improvements at the district?s schools. $28,757,452 3.99% Pass 342-216
Valley Stream 30 1, by seat, 5 yrs Ingrid Wyllie-Dacon (338) ran unopposed. A proposition that establishes an 8-year capital reserve fund of up to $6 million for improvements at the district?s schools passed, 370-111. $35,484,725 1.90% Pass 310-177
Valley Stream Central N/A School board members are not elected. The boards of education in the three component elementary school districts ? Valley Stream districts 13, 24 and 30 ? each appoint three trustees to the Valley Stream Central High School board. A proposition to spend $4,685,000 in capital reserve funds for improvements, including masonry upgrades, compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act and track and field renovations passed, 1,248-645. A proposition establishing a 10-year capital reserve fund of up to $10 million for capital improvements passed, 1,206-616. $117,117,574 3.25% Pass 1,125-720
Wainscott 1, at-large, 3 yrs Kelly Anderson (29) was unopposed. $3,333,277 9.99% Pass 29-0
Wantagh 1, at-large, 3 yrs Anthony Greco (1,270) was unopposed. A proposition establishing a $7.5 million capital reserve fund for safety and security enhancements and infrastructure improvements passed, 1,218-407. $77,953,532 1.41% Pass 1,215-424
West Babylon 3, at-large, 3 yrs Lucy Campasano (827), John Evola (886) and Jennifer Wandasiewicz (889) won three-year terms. $111,038,065 4.38% Pass 739-467
West Hempstead 3, by seat, 1,3 yrs Andrea Shinsato (1,018) defeated Perry Fogg. Tony Katrakazis (1,025) defeated Sarah Esses. Caitlin Close did not seek re-election; Byars Cole (973) defeated Carol Dolan. $61,122,822 1.97% Pass 1,089-863
West Islip 2, at-large, 3 yrs Steven Gellar (1,402) and Richard Antoniello (1,298) defeated Catherine Artusa. Michael Zotto did not seek re-election. $122,946,823 1.50% Pass 1,578-564
Westbury 2, at-large, 3 yrs Pless M. Dickerson (727) and Michelle Wilson (742) defeated John E. Simpkins, Jr., Karin B. Campbell and Mateo Flores. A bond proposition passed 1,016-463. $151,360,739 4.17% Pass 1,062-461
Westhampton Beach 2, at-large, 5 yrs Halsey C. Stevens (215) and Heather A. Wright (303) were unopposed. A proposition to reduce terms of school board members from five years to three years passed, 310-45. $57,112,093 1.85% Pass 295-66
William Floyd 3, by seat, 1,3 yrs Thomas Gross (1,096), Robert Vecchio (1,185) and Lorraine Mentz (1,071) ran unopposed. $240,038,811 1.57% Pass 1,048-683
Wyandanch 3, by seat, 3 yrs Shirley Baker (177) defeated Donna Beavers. Charlie Reed (165) defeated Moneik Hatcher. Ronald Fenwick (140) defeated Keisha Guerrier. Thomas Tolliver did not seek re-election. $71,318,257 3.76% Pass 195-57