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    Default Fire District Election Vote 2011



    Here are winners in some other contested elections:

    NASSAU
    Bellmore: John Curley. A proposition to sell, trade or dispose of a 1996 Heavy Duty Rescue Truck passed.
    Bethpage: Incumbent F. Brian Durr.
    Elmont: Incumbent Frank Hrbek, Jr.
    Hicksville: Scott Skrynecki.
    Levittown: Incumbent Joel E. Bearman.
    Locust Valley: Challenger Gregory Stimola.
    Manhasset-Lakeville: Incumbent Andrew DeMartin.
    Massapequa: A proposition amending the district's length of service awards program passed.
    Meadowmere Park: Challenger Kevin Benet.
    New Hyde Park: Incumbent Richard A. Stein Jr.
    North Bellmore: A proposition to sell a heavy rescue vehicle passed.
    Syosset: Challenger Richard Roseo.
    West Hempstead: Incumbent Ronald Magarie.

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    WOODMERE: A write in campaign against incumbant Timothy Pastor was averted. He won 148-37 over Avi Dubin, a resident with no fire department ties or experience whatsoever.
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    Garden City Park Incumbent won by over 200 votes

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    Hicksville Election:

    Scott Skrynecki 725
    Mike Azzue 304
    Harry Single 295
    Ray Nami 118

    Today is a GREAT DAY.
    DHMBYS

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    Garden City Park FD Augie Carnevale 285 to Gallucio 34

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    Quote Originally Posted by FaceToTheFloor View Post
    Hicksville Election:

    Scott Skrynecki 725
    Mike Azzue 304
    Harry Single 295
    Ray Nami 118

    Today is a GREAT DAY.
    I thought I saw a campaign sign up for Shuckman?
    Vote for Tellmware2go in 2012.

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    Anyone know who won in Baldwin, Oceanside, Any of the other departments not already listed?
    Lido-Point Lookout (that's the fire district name) Incumbent Chas Thompson won.
    Vote for Tellmware2go in 2012.

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    South Hempstead - incumbent Steve Morelli won. Baldwin - i believe Frank Esposito ran unopposed ?

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    Oceanside was DeBaun he ran unopposed

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    Shuckman ran for water commish

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    Quote Originally Posted by tellmware2go View Post
    I thought I saw a campaign sign up for Shuckman?
    Water Commissioner election

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    Thanks Fools.
    I hear that Newsrag printing all the results. Anybody able to cut and paste those? Please don't post a link, if you don't subscribe, you can't read what your looking for.
    Vote for Tellmware2go in 2012.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tellmware2go View Post
    Thanks Fools.
    I hear that Newsrag printing all the results. Anybody able to cut and paste those? Please don't post a link, if you don't subscribe, you can't read what your looking for.
    ask, and thou shalt receive (nb. I don't subscribe to any Dolan properties, I just use the credentials of elderly, non technical relatives for access!)

    In Gordon Heights, two outsiders who want to dissolve Long Island's most highly taxed fire district beat three opponents, two of whom were incumbents, in elections Tuesday.
    "We're going to work at getting equitable taxes, even if we have to work within the district," said Maryanne Owens, who beat Patricia Wilson-Brown for a one-year seat.
    Voters in 120 Long Island fire districts went to the polls Tuesday to elect commissioners. Races were contested in at least 41. Voters also selected commissioners in more than 50 other special districts, at least nine of which were contested.
    In many races, taxes were foremost on candidates' minds.
    >>CLICK HERE: See Newsday's past coverage
    >>CLICK HERE: Comparison of fire district budgets for 2010 and 2005
    Wading River, where five candidates ran on tax-freeze agendas for two spots, saw its biggest turnout: 701 residents, the district manager said.
    "I just want to thank everyone for their support in coming out and voting for me," said James Meier, who beat Michael Harrigan and Robert Quaranta. For the other seat, Edward Frost beat Matthew Colitti.
    In the other Gordon Heights race, Alex Hanson, husband of district anti-tax advocate Rosalie Hanson, beat incumbents Frank Swinton and Phillip Gordon for a five-year term.
    In other races:
    COLD SPRING HARBOR: Tom Giarraputo became the second newcomer in as many years to win a seat, defeating Salvator Spina. "I think people are tired of the same-old same-old," he said. "People want our officials to have a more watchful eye on spending."
    SYOSSET: Giovanni Graceffa took a novel approach to campaigning. "I sent out a personal message to almost everybody in my Facebook account," said Graceffa, who beat incumbent Daniel Percell.
    SETAUKET: Gregory Perricone beat fellow department member Paul DiBiase for a five-year seat. "I look to be that voice of reason, a pragmatic voice that says, 'Do we really need to do this? Do we really need to spend money on this?' " Perricone said.
    LEVITTOWN: Outgoing fire chief George Anderson beat 30-year incumbent Frank J. Scarangella. A proposition to make the treasurer position appointed instead of elected was defeated.
    RIDGE: In a three-way battle, incumbent Pasquale Pirozzi Jr. defeated Robert F. Leonhardt and Louis Brand.
    GREAT NECK WATER POLLUTION CONTROL: Incumbent E. Jane Rebhuhn defeated Edna Guilor-Segal.
    ROCKY POINT: Stephen Tumulty defeated fellow volunteer Thomas Logan.
    TERRYVILLE: Bernard Reynolds defeated fellow volunteer James Guma.
    STONY BROOK: Incumbent Ernest C. Behnke defeated Vincent Franco. Voters approved a proposition to authorize the board to allow firefighters to join the length-of-service awards program at age 17.
    EATONS NECK: John V. Alessi beat Edward A. Carr.
    CENTER MORICHES: Incumbent John D. Delong defeated James Nizza.
    CENTERPORT: Henry Kurt Martin beat James C. Varese and Andrew J. Knoph.
    BRIDGEHAMPTON: Voters approved a proposition to establish a building renovation capital reserve fund to pay for an addition, reconstruction and improvements to the existing firehouse.
    DEER PARK: Incumbent Andrew Duguid beat Chris Schiavo.
    EAST NORTHPORT: Incumbent Robert Sagistano beat Edward Mankuski.
    HEWLETT BAY: John Caracciola unseated incumbent Daniel Weisner.
    MANHASSET-LAKEVILLE: Ex-chief Brian Morris beat incumbent Robert DeVito.

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    Quote Originally Posted by VSINDY View Post
    ask, and thou shalt receive (nb. I don't subscribe to any Dolan properties, I just use the credentials of elderly, non technical relatives for access!)

    In Gordon Heights, two outsiders who want to dissolve Long Island's most highly taxed fire district beat three opponents, two of whom were incumbents, in elections Tuesday.
    "We're going to work at getting equitable taxes, even if we have to work within the district," said Maryanne Owens, who beat Patricia Wilson-Brown for a one-year seat.
    Voters in 120 Long Island fire districts went to the polls Tuesday to elect commissioners. Races were contested in at least 41. Voters also selected commissioners in more than 50 other special districts, at least nine of which were contested.
    In many races, taxes were foremost on candidates' minds.
    >>CLICK HERE: See Newsday's past coverage
    >>CLICK HERE: Comparison of fire district budgets for 2010 and 2005
    Wading River, where five candidates ran on tax-freeze agendas for two spots, saw its biggest turnout: 701 residents, the district manager said.
    "I just want to thank everyone for their support in coming out and voting for me," said James Meier, who beat Michael Harrigan and Robert Quaranta. For the other seat, Edward Frost beat Matthew Colitti.
    In the other Gordon Heights race, Alex Hanson, husband of district anti-tax advocate Rosalie Hanson, beat incumbents Frank Swinton and Phillip Gordon for a five-year term.
    In other races:
    COLD SPRING HARBOR: Tom Giarraputo became the second newcomer in as many years to win a seat, defeating Salvator Spina. "I think people are tired of the same-old same-old," he said. "People want our officials to have a more watchful eye on spending."
    SYOSSET: Giovanni Graceffa took a novel approach to campaigning. "I sent out a personal message to almost everybody in my Facebook account," said Graceffa, who beat incumbent Daniel Percell.
    SETAUKET: Gregory Perricone beat fellow department member Paul DiBiase for a five-year seat. "I look to be that voice of reason, a pragmatic voice that says, 'Do we really need to do this? Do we really need to spend money on this?' " Perricone said.
    LEVITTOWN: Outgoing fire chief George Anderson beat 30-year incumbent Frank J. Scarangella. A proposition to make the treasurer position appointed instead of elected was defeated.
    RIDGE: In a three-way battle, incumbent Pasquale Pirozzi Jr. defeated Robert F. Leonhardt and Louis Brand.
    GREAT NECK WATER POLLUTION CONTROL: Incumbent E. Jane Rebhuhn defeated Edna Guilor-Segal.
    ROCKY POINT: Stephen Tumulty defeated fellow volunteer Thomas Logan.
    TERRYVILLE: Bernard Reynolds defeated fellow volunteer James Guma.
    STONY BROOK: Incumbent Ernest C. Behnke defeated Vincent Franco. Voters approved a proposition to authorize the board to allow firefighters to join the length-of-service awards program at age 17.
    EATONS NECK: John V. Alessi beat Edward A. Carr.
    CENTER MORICHES: Incumbent John D. Delong defeated James Nizza.
    CENTERPORT: Henry Kurt Martin beat James C. Varese and Andrew J. Knoph.
    BRIDGEHAMPTON: Voters approved a proposition to establish a building renovation capital reserve fund to pay for an addition, reconstruction and improvements to the existing firehouse.
    DEER PARK: Incumbent Andrew Duguid beat Chris Schiavo.
    EAST NORTHPORT: Incumbent Robert Sagistano beat Edward Mankuski.
    HEWLETT BAY: John Caracciola unseated incumbent Daniel Weisner.
    MANHASSET-LAKEVILLE: Ex-chief Brian Morris beat incumbent Robert DeVito.
    That was from 2010.
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    www.waterwaylongisland.com
    sschuman@waterwayinc.com

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chemical3 View Post
    That was from 2010.
    oops, sorry! That was the only result I got; methinks..., let me check!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chemical3 View Post
    That was from 2010.
    This one should be more "current". Keyword of "Fire District" is a better choice than "Fire District Results", in case anyone cares! sorry, 'bout that...

    Here are winners in some other contested elections:

    NASSAU
    Bellmore: John Curley. A proposition to sell, trade or dispose of a 1996 Heavy Duty Rescue Truck passed.
    Bethpage: Incumbent F. Brian Durr.
    Elmont: Incumbent Frank Hrbek, Jr.
    Hicksville: Scott Skrynecki.
    Levittown: Incumbent Joel E. Bearman.
    Locust Valley: Challenger Gregory Stimola.
    Manhasset-Lakeville: Incumbent Andrew DeMartin.
    Massapequa: A proposition amending the district's length of service awards program passed.
    Meadowmere Park: Challenger Kevin Benet.
    New Hyde Park: Incumbent Richard A. Stein Jr.
    North Bellmore: A proposition to sell a heavy rescue vehicle passed.
    Syosset: Challenger Richard Roseo.
    West Hempstead: Incumbent Ronald Magarie.

    SUFFOLK
    Bohemia: Glenn Ostermann.
    Brentwood: Eric Raudies.
    Bridgehampton: Raymond Topping, Jr.
    Centereach: Incumbent Frank Rudilosso.
    Dix Hills: Robert Commiso.
    East Islip: Incumbent Thomas Drywa.
    East Moriches: Former commissioner Michael J. Mazarakis.
    East Northport: Challenger Wayne Kaifler Sr.
    Holbrook: Joseph Williams, current commissioner for Suffolk County Fire, Rescue and Emergency Services.
    Holtsville: John Skalocky.
    Islip: Michael Leo.
    Jamesport: Leroy Anthony.
    Kings Park: Thomas Richardson.
    Lake Ronkonkoma: Incumbent Ronald Corsale. A proposition to OK a nearly $1 million bond to fund the purchase of pumper firefighting vehicles passed.
    Manorville: Challenger Thomas J. Campanaro.
    Medford: Charles Jagde, incumbent.
    Melville: Incumbent James T. Coschignano Jr.
    Miller Place: Incumbent Carol Hawat.
    Patchogue: J. Carter Biggs. The proposition to approve funding for three new trucks passed.
    St. James: A proposition to amend the district's Length of Services Awards program passed.
    Sayville: Robert Chester.
    Selden: Incumbent Dennis Carman.
    Setauket: Paul DiBiase won the five-year term. Kevin Yoos won the three-year term.
    Sound Beach: Incumbent Phil Alaimo.
    Smithtown: Robert Regulinski.
    Wading River: Former commissioner John McManus.
    West Islip: Incumbent Victor Paduano.
    Westhampton Beach: Incumbent Donald A. Metcalf.
    With Stacey Altherr
    and Emily C. Dooley

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    I was reading everyone's favorite newspaper a few weeks back and they had a small summery about each department for the upcoming elections. For Hicksville it says that there is a proposition on the ballot to sell a pumper worth more than $50,000. I was wondering if it passed? Does anyone happen to know which rig they are looking to sell? Or are they talking about selling the old 938?

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