Table: 2012 school district results

STORIES
- More than 90% of the budgets pass.
- 18-year-old elected to Syosset school board
MAP: School budget results

District Result Vote Proposed 2012 13 Budget Change From 2011-2012 Proposed Tax Levy 2012 2013 Tax Change From 2011 2012 Percent Of Tax Levy Limit Students Projected Contested Seats At Large By Seat Term Results
Amagansett Pass 252-98 $9,669,348 5.21% $8,430,971 3.99% 2.40% 129 1 at large 3 yrs Mary A. Lownes, 252 Rona Klopman, 81
Propositions: Proposition #2: To use approve a multiyear tuition agreement - from July 1, 2011 through June 30, 2015 - with the East Hampton Union Free School District for a rate less than the full amount the state allows, passed 264-85
Amityville Pass 686-317 $78,211,501 0.77% $52,739,784 2.60% 2.60% 3,140 2 by seat 3 yrs Nathan King, 637; Jeanette Santos, 535; Kathleen A. Ward, 435
Babylon Pass 904-340 $46,264,321 0.38% $35,789,484 1.39% 1.39% 1,710 3 at large 1,3 yrs Lisa McKeown, 896; Roger Katz, 833; Ann Donaldson 900
Propositions: Proposition 1: Katz, as the third-place finisher, will fill the remaining one-year term of longtime trustee Thomas Melito, who resigned effective April 18, citing increased job responsibilities as deputy Suffolk County executive for performance management.
Baldwin Pass 1,785-735 $119,483,487 -0.41% $86,584,727 2.39% 2.39% 5,150 2 at large 3 yrs Incumbent Mary Jo O'Hagan, 1,125; Eric Harrison, 978; Tracy Mahler, 943; Incumbent Robert B.A. Schoen, 874; Michael Grannum, 821
Bay Shore Pass 1,788-703 $145,331,588 2.04% $94,033,656 2.17% 2.17% 5,960 2 at large 3 yrs Mary Louise Cohen: 1,719; Gregory Nardone: 1,933
Bayport-Blue Point Pass 1,773- 808 $64,908,505 1.96% $44,645,282 2.29% 2.38% 2,499 3 by seat 2, 3 yrs John Lynch, 1709; Rebecca Campbell, 1377; William Milligan, 1296; Jane Burgess,1172; Andrea O'Neill, 1080; Michael Miller, 770
Propositions: #Proposition 2 - to reduce size of the board from 7 to 5 members, defeated 856-715
#Proposition 3 ¬ to extend the mileage limits to for private and parochial school transportation, defeated 2114-450
Bellmore Pass 766-347 $31,943,890 1.40% $22,575,146 2.00% 2.76% 1,100 2 at large 3 yrs Marion Blane, 736; Brian Desmond, 708
Bellmore-Merrick Pass 3,974-2,030 $132,663,246 1.00% $103,224,261 2.52% 2.52% 5,846 0     Board is comprised of board members from Bellmore, North Bellmore, Merrick and North Merrick school districts.
Bethpage Pass 1,053-453 $76,444,568 2.50% $61,379,752 3.40% 3.47% 3,013 2 by seat 3 yrs James McGlynn, 1,048; Sandra Watson, 970
Brentwood Pass 1,038-690 $324,363,514 4.14% $94,522,581 3.87% 3.87% 16,739 3 by seat 3 yrs Gail Kirkham: 1,429; Ana Martinez: 1,388; Keith Allison: 1,309; Stephen E. Coleman: 980; Harold A. Allen: 803; Michael Houlihan: 800
Bridgehampton Pass 109-54 $10,696,364 1.13% $9,734,246 5.94% 5.60% 160 3 at large 3 yrs
Propositions: Proposition 2, authorize by taxation the amount of $125,000 to be expended on behalf of the Bridgehampton Child Care & Recreational Center pursuant to a contract for child care services for the 2012-2013 school year, passed 109-53
Carle Place Pass 713 to 363 $46,398,124 1.91% $40,898,551 1.76% 1.85% 1,391 2 at large 3 yrs Joseph LoCurto, 716; Anthony Bulzomi, 600; Michael Going, 464;
Center Moriches Fail 1,145-719 $39,426,038 7.42% $21,131,086 4.56% 2.95% 1,742 2 at large 2,3 yrs Heather Schaub-Magill, 933; Incumbent Thomas R. Hogan, 972; Kelly Platt, 842
Central Islip Pass 872-649 $176,266,302 5.49% $87,336,106 2.57% 2.58% 6,475 2 at large 3 yrs Fred Philips, 810; William G. Softy, 738; Doris Dodson, 602; Kenya Barlow-Pannell, 368; Ruben D. Vallejo, 315
Cold Spring Harbor Pass 559-354 $59,680,659 2.16% $55,394,917 2.41% 2.41% 1,956 2 at large 3 yrs Anthony Paolano, 700; James Robins, 655
Propositions: Proposition: To allow the district to spend $1,825,000 from its capital reserve fund for improvements at its four schools, passed 448-252
Commack Pass 2,977-1,723 $171,344,680 3.17% $126,179,744 2.60% 4.10% 7,242 1 by seat 3 yrs Deborah Guber, 2453; Daniel Fusco, 2012
Comsewogue Fail 1,514 - 1,063 $79,114,408 3.34% $49,540,908 4.53% 2.75% 3,898 3 at large 3 yrs John Swenning, 1,640; Lance Brown, 1,516; Edward Barry, 1,436
Connetquot Pass 2,438-1,041 $169,778,486 2.95% $112,441,633 2.00% 2.14% 6,695 2 by seat 3 yrs Kim Pepe, 1,784; Leo R. Marinick, 1,712; Charles F. Gee, 1,390; Joseph Doscher, 910; Frederick W. Stroh, 571
Copiague Pass 1,023-436 $103,394,622 1.46% $55,052,745 2.41% 2.41% 4,851 3 by seat 3 yrs Laura Gavey, 841; Michael Greb, 730; Henry Johnson, 663; Joseph Robinson, 512;
Deer Park Pass 1,346-502 $101,218,725 3.49% $63,559,149 2.50% 3.07% 4,367 2 by seat 3 yrs Donna Marie Elliott, 1,226; Robert Marino, 1,043
East Hampton Pass 454-109 $62,848,388 -2.43% $44,514,654 3.58% 3.58% 1,858 2 at large 3 yrs Christina DeSanti, 484; Elizabeth Pucci, 503
East Islip Fail 2,545-3,072 $107,648,004 3.58% $68,451,313 5.94% 3.23% 4,301 2 by seat 3 yrs Louis Raffone, 2579; Robert Della Isola, 2044
Philip Montouri Sr., 3079; Joseph Sargent, 1623
East Meadow Pass 2033-790 $184,854,290 1.97% $127,864,313 2.00% 2.96% 7,123 2 by seat 3 yrs Brian O'Flaherty 1951; Walter Skinner 1845
East Moriches Pass 382-161 $24,570,067 2.01% $17,803,436 2.28% 2.79% 1,075 2 at large 3 yrs Raymond Hayes, 366; Joann Lapinski, 378
Propositions: Proposition #2, designating a choice of high schools for the school years 2012-2017, passed: 414 yes, 122 no
Proposition #3, on whether the school district can use the Center Moriches library, passed: 438 yes, 98 no
Proposition #4, to reconstruct sloped roofs, gutters and facia, and to improve exterior masonry at East Moriches Middle School, passed 404 yes to 140 no
East Quogue Pass 437-158 $22,345,548 1.45% $19,678,548 2.20% 2.46% 438 1 at large 3 yrs Kathryn Tureski, 510
East Rockaway Pass 719-427 $35,601,664 3.74% $27,335,613 2.26% 2.26% 1,286 1 at large 3 yrs John Giannotti, Jr., 554; Michaelene Abott-Cooper, 517
East Williston Pass 658-295 $52,724,693 2.49% $49,385,182 2.60% 3.38% 1,736 2 by seat 3 yrs Robert Fallarino, 666; Leonard Hirsch, 531
Eastport-South Manor Pass 1,105-587 $87,048,290 5.39% $47,574,148 3.90% 4.28% 3,863 2 at large 3 yrs Kenneth Cooke, 875; Kevin Gleason, 829; Stevenson Petit, 526
Elmont Fail 1,226-937 $78,560,346 2.76% $52,931,071 6.87% 1.89% 3,720 2 by seat 3 yrs Patrick Emeagwali, 1,067
Kevin Denehy, 1,134; Kleeve Simon, 421
Elwood Pass 1267-490 $54,621,025 0.83% $40,781,668 2.12% 2.12% 2,499 2 by seat 3 yrs Joseph Fusaro, 1109; Daniel Ciccone, 1074
Farmingdale Pass 1,787-896 $150,567,160 2.46% $114,539,602 2.00% 2.13% 6,001 3 at large 3 yrs Kathy Lively, 1,788; Rick Morrison, 1,694; Shari Bardash-Eivers, 1,637 Propositions
Propositions: Proposition #2: To allow the district to use existing capital reserve funds to replace windows at Weldon E. Howitt Middle School and Saltzman East Memorial and Albany Avenue Elementary schools, at no additional cost to the taxpayers, passed 1,814-770.
Proposition #3: To permit appropriation for the Youth Council, passed 1,802-704.
Fire Island PAss 71-6 $5,275,836 -1.46% $4,886,434 1.49% 2.47% 42 3 at large 3 yrs Amy Wood, 73; Kathleen Skelly-Kurka, 71; Lisa Kaufman, 68
Fishers Island Pass 57-24 $3,476,402 1.27% $3,127,607 2.19% 2.77% 66 3 at large 1, 3 yrs William Blothe, 70; Incumbent Sara McLean, 55; Linda Mrowka, 53
Floral Park-Bellerose Fail 1,346-1,299 $27,668,799 4.86% $22,135,495 6.58% 4.71% 1,657 2 by seat 3 yrs Incumbent David Fowler, 1,859; Incumbent Laura Ferone, 1,817
Propositions: Proposition #1: To approve a $3.4 million bond for capital projects, passed 1,281 to 1,160
Proposition #2: To spend $70,000 to provide bus transportation to students in grades five and six who live a half-mile or more from their school, instead of the current one-mile limit, failed with 1,016 votes to approve and 1,427 to reject
Franklin Square Pass 978-522 $34,433,029 1.49% $25,503,358 2.00% 2.11% 1,908 2 by seat 3 yrs Helen Hoffman, 878; Pamela Margaroli, 948
Freeport Pass 1,634-639 $151,012,254 1.03% $83,891,932 2.37% 3.23% 6,683 1 at large 3 yrs Debra Mulé, 1733; Jorge Heras Jr., 614
Garden City Pass 1,820-1,044 $104,215,528 3.06% $93,865,419 3.54% 4.29% 4,002 2 at large 3 yrs Robert Martin, 1571; Tom Pinou, 1424
Glen Cove Pass 930-455 $74,098,650 2.84% $62,267,121 2.00% 3.65% 3,115 3 at large 3 yrs Donna Brady, 954; Gail Nedbor-Gross, 929; David Huggins, 719; Eric Bailey, 621; Grace Slezak, 519
Great Neck Pass 1,098-305 $199,747,079 3.32% $186,767,774 2.49% 2.49% 6,366 2 at large 3 yrs Barbara Berkowitz, 1,071; Donald Ashkenase, 1,017
Greenport Pass 280-124 $14,914,713 5.78% $11,579,634 6.86% 5.04% 615 2 at large 3 yrs Daniel Creedon, 305; Babette Cornine, 50 (write-in)
Half Hollow Hills Pass 1,573-710 $221,918,299 2.75% $182,306,191 2.33% 2.33% 9,404 2 at large 3 yrs Frank Grimaldi, 1,743; James Ptucha, 1,622
Hampton Bays Pass 945-393 $45,851,937 2.01% $41,446,528 1.87% 1.87% 2,005 2 by seat 3 yrs Warren Booth, 977; Christopher Garvey, 1,072
Propositions: Proposition #2: To transfer $300,000 from a fund balance to general fund for repairs, passed 1,115-321
Harborfields Pass 1,686-511 $75,134,670 1.57% $57,948,207 2.86% 2.86% 3,450 3 at large 3 yrs Maggie W. Boba, 1,379; Donald W. Mastroianni, 1,531; Thomas McDonagh, 1,564; Louis Voltaggio, 1,051
Hauppauge Pass 1367-675 $98,646,111 1.51% $76,727,928 2.92% 3.48% 4,033 2 at large 3 yrs Ann Macaluso 1477; Eileen Mass 1355
Propositions
Proposition #2: passed, 1351-626, to use $2,016,000 in capital reserves for ventilator replacement and casework and for repair and repaving of asphalt at Forest Brook and Pines elementary schools.
Hempstead Pass 572-291 $173,645,135 3.92% $71,290,042 1.98% 2.21% 6,441 2 at large 3 yrs Shelley Blazley, 543; Waylyn Hobbs Jr., 534; Curtis Watts, 482; Charles Renfroe, 469; Leslie K. Snead-Lundy, 118
Herricks Pass 1,661-949 $101,382,815 2.41% $89,429,579 2.88% 2.88% 3,918 2 by seat 3 yrs Nancy Feinstein, 1,616; Brian Hassan, 1,473
Hewlett-Woodmere Pass 1,388-877 $105,785,736 2.47% $93,781,076 1.91% 1.91% 3,014 3 at large 3 yrs Melissa Gates, 1605; Stephen B. Witt, 1501; Jonathan Altus, 1325; Fred Usherson, 824
Hicksville Pass 1,612-834 $120,681,633 2.95% $98,858,447 2.53% 2.53% 5,261 2 by seat 3 yrs Brenda Judson, 989 Maureen Lee, 874
Phil Heckler, 1,280
Propositions:
Proposition #2: To permit appropriation of $50,000 to the Gregory Museum for educational programs, ? passed 1,470-790.
Huntington Pass 2005-803 $111,858,780 2.59% $96,086,390 2.21% 2.21% 4,400 3 at large 3 yrs Emily Rogan, 2029 Tom DiGiacomo, 1749 Xavier Palacios, 1602 Bill Dwyer, 1267 Susan Tully, 1060
Propositions: Proposition 2: Asked voter approval to spend $2.299 million from the capital reserve fund for a variety of capital projects in district buildings, passed 1989-645.
Island Park Pass 648-363 $34,583,691 3.25% $30,010,179 1.97% 1.94% 1,040 1 by seat 5 yrs Matthew Paccione, 736; Tara Byrne, 428
Island Trees Pass 689-278 $57,925,136 1.06% $40,392,674 1.99% 3.55% 2,525 2 by seat 3 yrs Daniel Donahue, 583; Kim McDonough, 562
Islip Pass 1,635-860 $70,658,718 2.83% $51,230,425 2.75% 2.17% 3,142 3 by seat 3 yrs Tom Leggio, 1,597
Mary Dennis: 1,110 Angela Parisi: 1,082
Brian P. Clock: 1,209 Steve Costantino: 1,047
Jericho Pass 933-282 $114,468,464 2.24% $103,569,364 2.20% 2.20% 3,004 2 at large 3 yrs William Ferro, 825; Shawn Gladstone, 858
Kings Park Pass 1,840-885 $80,832,817 2.18% $61,120,249 2.50% 2.90% 3,810 2 at large 3 yrs Michael F. Kelly, 1285; Charles Leo, 1467; Diane Nally, 1744
Lawrence Pass 587-255 $93,155,150 0.00% $80,515,995 2.00% 3.09% 3,112 2 by seat 3 yrs Abel Feldhamer, 524; Uri Kaufman, 522
Levittown Pass 2545-1386 $189,996,851 -4.00% $127,366,353 1.85% 2.51% 7,320 2 at large 3 yrs Kevin Regan, 2127; Ed Powers, 1788
Lindenhurst Pass 1836-1289 $141,658,997 1.07% $88,936,564 2.45% 3.57% 6,429 3 by seat 3 yrs Mary Ellen Cunningham 1660; Patricia Ames 1496; Donna Hochman 1433
Locust Valley Pass 1,652-1,098 $76,571,521 3.79% $72,462,021 2.61% 2.68% 2,120 2 at large 3 yrs Suzanne Squeglia, 1709; Erica Bruno, 1563
Propositions: Proposition #2: To establish a 2012 capital reserve fund for future projects, with any proposed project requiring voter authorization and with money coming from fund balances or reserves over five years, to a maximum $5 million, passed 1632-844
Proposition #3: To authorize the school board to spend $1.5 million from the capital reserve fund established in 2009 for projects including heating system updates, parking-lot expansion and stage and ventilation upgrades, passed 1604-840
Long Beach Pass 1841-936 $122,151,564 2.96% $92,291,693 3.74% 5.20% 3,608 2 at large 3 yrs Board seats election results will not be announced until Wednesday. Election is too close to call.
Longwood Pass 2252-1252 $212,300,000 3.26% $119,918,725 3.51% 3.51% 9,279 3 at large 3 yrs Daniel Tomaszewski, 2080; William K. Miller, 2077; Maureen Silvestri 1729; Elaine Short 1715; Christopher D. Reilly 1572
Lynbrook Pass 1,063-605 $74,468,696 2.16% $64,423,666 2.34% 2.36% 2,800 3 by seat 3 yrs Catherine Papandrew, 1,145; Sean Strife, 990 Robert Paskoff, 989
Propositions: Proposition#1: The budget.
Proposition #2: To use $98,000 from the technology replacement fund for the purposes of infrastructure and peripheral upgrades as well as an upgrade of the high school technology lab, passed 1107-535.
Proposition #3: To extend the technology replacement fund for a probable term of five years in the amount of $2,500,000, for the purpose of funding improvements to and replacement of the District ¬"s technology equipment, infrastructure, machinery or apparatus necessary for the District ¬"s operations, passed 1019-594.
Proposition #4: To use $1,908,000 from the capital reserve fund and use $3,642,000 from the renovation and improvement of facilities fund for the purpose of North Middle School construction, to include music rooms, elevator, District storage, team room, exterior restrooms, re-sodding of athletic field; Marion Street School turf field to accommodate all sports
Malverne Pass 741-489 $48,597,767 2.29% $38,581,125 2.44% 2.44% 1,710 2 by seat 3, 4 yrs Michael Taylor, 717; Kathleen M. Nolan-Kasal, 524
Josephine Bottitta, 802; Joann Krudis, 329; Sherwyn Besson, 239
Propositions: Proposition #1: The budget
Proposition #2: To spend $312,000 from the district's capital reserve fund to fix the Malverne High School roof at no additional cost to taxpayers, passed 785-363.
Manhasset Pass 1,235-539 $87,069,424 1.73% $77,842,137 2.30% 2.30% 3,251 2 at large 3 yrs Ann Marie Curd-Fruhauf, 1,300; Carlo Prinzo, 1,269
Massapequa Pass 3,208-1,814 $183,073,234 2.16% $148,445,048 2.22% 2.22% 7,750 2 at large 3 yrs Joseph LaBella, 2,535; Maryanne Fisher, 2,333; Dianne Sheffield, 1,948; Joseph Marsh, 1,552; Richard Carozza, 956;
Mattituck-Cutchogue Pass 571-395 $38,004,156 1.72% $33,605,156 2.18% 2.19% 1,435 3 at large 3 yrs Douglas Cooper, 673; Laura Jens-Smith, 665; Sarah Hassildine, 656
Merrick Pass 1,144-517 $43,287,814 2.23% $35,957,814 2.49% 2.49% 1,513 3 at large 3 yrs Nancy S. Kaplan, Pamela Banks and Susan Schwartz defeated Sigal Negrin and Eric Strezenec
Middle Country Pass 3368-2169 $218,150,026 3.24% $123,847,984 4.37% 3.03% 10,992 3 by seat 3 yrs Arlene Barresi 2698; Christopher M. Millwater 1707
Karen Lessler 3661
James H. Macomber 3273
Miller Place Pass 1,220-538 $64,954,995 1.09% $41,300,364 2.96% 2.96% 2,998 1 at large 3 yrs Michael Unger
Mineola Pass 1,249-559 $83,992,180 -0.27% $76,242,180 1.93% 1.93% 2,700 2 at large 3 yrs Christine Napolitano, 1373; Artie Barnett, 1161; John McGrath, 635
Montauk Pass 214-68 $18,530,228 2.20% $16,662,916 2.10% 2.47% 327 1 at large 5 yrs Kelly White, 237
Propositions: Proposition 3, approve a 5-year tuition contract with East Hampton Union Free School District, passed 249-32
Mount Sinai Fail 1263-1147 $55,364,115 0.81% $37,236,996 4.76% 2.13% 2,600 2 at large 3 yrs Donna Compagnone, 955; Lynn Capobianco, 801; John Yavorka, 768; Marnie Kula, 604; Deborah Lang, 603
New Hyde Park Pass 1047-579 $34,494,380 2.88% $28,150,071 2.88% 2.88% 1,625 2 by seat 3 yrs David Del Santo. 975
Frank Miranda, 672; Helen Lewandowski, 615
New Suffolk Pass 78-29 $769,237 -18.50% $735,595 15.36% 2.02% 0 1 by seat 3 yrs Brooke Dailey, 35; Jason Cooper, 35; Gary Steinfeld, 23
North Babylon Pass 1,577-913 $107,103,193 3.32% $58,132,326 2.53% 2.14% 4,837 2 by seat 3 yrs Salvatore Levanti, 1,509; Audrey Jacullo, 1,504
Propositions: Proposition #2: passed, 1,530-932, to lease-purchase five buses and eight vans at a cost of $937,530.
North Bellmore Pass 1,442-831 $48,101,775 0.15% $34,390,803 1.86% 2.78% 2,140 2 by seat 3 yrs Nina Lanci, 726; Joseph Perrone, 679; Marc Berkowitz, 660
Grace Cramsie, 878; Peter Mayo, 789; Greg Bashaw, 299
North Merrick Pass 787-365 $27,541,000 2.72% $20,152,888 2.45% 2.45% 1,313 2 by seat 3 yrs Neil Brown, 741
Steve Enella, 646
Propositions
Proposition #2: passed 850-274, to spend $45,000 from capital reserves for a water heater at Harold D. Fayette School.
North Shore Pass 1,838-712 $90,509,228 1.85% $83,627,190 1.96% 3.49% 2,829 2 at large 3 yrs Herman A. Berliner, 1508; Antoinette Labbate, 1423; Marianne Manning Russo, 1412
Northport-East Northport Pass 2,826-1,461 $153,941,712 1.83% $133,649,723 1.68% 2.43% 6,250 3 at large 3 yrs Stephen V. Waldenburg Jr, 2965; David Badanes, 2754; James Maloney, 2638; Donna McNaughton, 2484;
Propositions: Proposition 2: asks voter approval to allow the district to spend $845,000 from its capital reserve fund on two boilers, a conversion to natural gas and related mechanical systems at the Bellerose Avenue Elementary School and ventilation equipment at the East Northport and Northport middle schools, passed 3433-806
Oceanside Pass 1,808 - 896 $133,999,620 2.19% $110,982,534 2.27% 2.28% 5,881 2 by seat 3 yrs Kimberly Grim Garrity, 1854; Seth J. Blau, 1431; Henry Luft, 545
Oyster Bay-East Norwich Pass 1,158-680 $51,527,404 2.68% $48,000,409 2.55% 2.55% 1,650 1 at large 4 yrs Robin Dando, 1222
Propositions: Proposition #2: To spend $1.29 million from the capital reserve fund for building improvement projects and the purchase of equipment, passed 1106-581
Oysterponds Fail 192-253 $5,353,895 -4.85% $4,983,381 2.50% 2.50% 178 2 at large 3 yrs Linda Goldsmith, 291; Krista de Kerillis, 272; Alison Lyne, 193
Propositions: Proposition 2: Asked voter approval to establish a capital reserve fund for the purpose of building improvements, renovations and technology upgrades, among other things. The funds are to be transferred from the unreserved fund balance remaining in the district's general fund, in a sum not to exceed $250,000 each year for up to 10 years, failed, 209- 226
Patchogue-Medford Pass 1,988-1,402 $162,949,128 1.86% $97,656,747 1.99% 2.86% 8,040 3 by seat 3 yrs Christine T. Rignola, 1,896; Anthony C. O'Brien, 1,832; William T. LaVelle, 1,410
Propositions
Proposition #2: To change school board elections from electing trustees to an at-large system, passed, 1,730 to 1,145
Proposition #3: To spend about $2.2 million to pay for building improvements, passed, 1,756 to 1,137
Plainedge Pass 1,376-904 $83,038,901 4.17% $60,341,124 3.91% 3.91% 3,296 3 at large 3 yrs Maryann Capone, 1,474; Dennis Gustafson, 1,388; Mary Lowe, 1,383
Propositions: Proposition #3: To spend $500,000 to repair school buildings, passed 1,416-702
Plainview-Old Bethpage Pass 1,736-878 $137,263,959 2.29% $116,179,927 2.49% 3.23% 4,856 2 at large 3 yrs Amy Pierno, 1,871; Evy Rothman, 1,794
Port Jefferson pass 787-342 $38,076,500 1.93% $32,600,786 2.00% 3.17% 1,250 3 at large 3 yrs Mark Doyle, 632; James Laffey, 604; Shawn Cohen, 296; Ellen Boehm, 525; Vincent Ruggiero, 571;
Port Washington Pass 2,547-895 $133,573,806 2.07% $123,631,403 2.13% 2.13% 5,233 3 at large 3 yrs Nora Johnson, 2,354; Vernon McDermott 2,265; Lawrence Greenstein, 2,173
Propositions
Proposition #2: seeks approval of a $6,975,000 bond issue for replacing roofs and portions of roofing on four schools, passed, 2,397-761.
Quogue Pass 86-15 $7,676,325 1.72% $6,976,716 1.76% 2.21% 176 1 at large 3 yrs Anael Alston 85-5
Propositions: Proposition 2: to send students to Westhampton Beach School District for middle and high school, passed 97-4
Remsenburg-Speonk Pass 369-226 $12,348,667 1.45% $11,376,486 3.66% 2.03% 361 2 at large 3 yrs
Propositions: Proposition 1: To approve tuition contracts with the Westhampton Beach and Eastport-South Manor school districts for the 2012-13 school year. Passed 480-111
Riverhead Pass 1,703-1,061 $111,773,597 1.99% $88,292,387 1.73% 1.73% 5,234 2 at large 3 yrs Susan Koukounas 1,842; Thomas Carson, 1,678
Rockville Centre Pass 1,940-888 $97,260,488 1.67% $84,210,000 1.99% 2.00% 3,560 2 at large 3 yrs Liz Dion, 1911; Mark Masin, 1847
Rocky Point Pass 1434-876 $71,574,012 2.97% $44,883,120 3.20% 1.84% 3,534 2 at large 3 yrs John Lessler, 1143; Scott Reh, 1231; Aisha Grundmann, 735; Edward Casswell, 830
Roosevelt Pass 294-128 $85,453,491 1.27% $22,191,173 0.99% 2.17% 2,699 1 by seat 3 yrs Robert Miller, 250; James Major, 199
Propositions
Proposition #2: to spend $324,242 from the district's capital reserves to purchase equipment and fund building improvements passes 266-93.
Roslyn Pass 672-267 $99,445,327 1.85% $89,170,601 1.76% 1.82% 3,200 3 at large 3 yrs Dani Kline, 728; Adam Haber, 722; David Seinfeld, 701
Sachem Pass 5,031-3,323 $291,358,344 1.22% $158,028,135 4.19% 2.78% 14,345 3 by seat 3 yrs Douglas Duncan Jr., 3406; Jeff Vinci, 2159; Jon Siegel, 1435; Michael Insernia, 4843; Robert Scavo, 4890
Sag Harbor Pass 892-420 $34,182,256 2.88% $31,546,719 1.94% 2.09% 1,034 2 at large 3 yrs Thomas Gleeson, 576; Gregg Schiavoni, 1,039; Walter Wilcoxen, 795
Propositions: Proposition 2: To spend $575,000 to buy new school buses, passed, 851-432.
Sagaponack Pass   $1,679,579 2.62% $1,564,079 1.85% 2.00% 0 1 at large 3 yrs Joseph Louchheim, 23

Propositions
Proposition #1: to renew agreements to send Sagaponack students who are in kindergarten and grades 5 to 12 to the East Hampton and Sag Harbor school districts, passed 26-0.
Sayville Pass 1,842-684 $85,674,961 4.76% $56,097,211 2.33% 3.59% 3,153 3 by seat 3 yrs Raymond J. Nelson, 1,329 Laura Valenti, 973
Keith Kolar, 1,885
John Vadone, 1,859

Transportation proposition: Passed, 1,865-540
Seaford Pass 1,766-1,262 $57,791,120 5.41% $45,800,902 2.50% 1.44% 2,475 2 at large 1,3 yrs Susan Ruona, 1,578; Jeanmarie Wink, 1,474
Sewanhaka Pass 4178-2919 $167,033,832 2.94% $129,638,161 2.26% 2.28% 8,299 0     The eight-member Sewanhaka Central High School District board of education is composed of two members appointed from each of four elementary school districts whose students go on to Sewanhaka ¬"s high schools: Floral Park-Bellerose, Elmont, Franklin Square and New Hyde Park-Garden City Park.
Shelter Island Pass 247-46 $9,737,303 1.00% $8,893,329 1.90% 2.26% 234 3 at large 1,3 yrs Marilynn Pysher, 228; Stephen Gessner, 212; Mark Kanarvogel, 200
Shoreham-Wading River Pass 1,316-658 $62,657,081 4.47% $48,309,435 1.75% 1.96% 2,530 2 at large 3 yrs Robert Rose, 1,194; Michael Fucito, 1,030; Anthony De Louise, 807
Propositions: Proposition 2: to spend $1,160,424.20 from the capital fund for playgrounds at Wading River and Miller Avenue elementary schools; a district-wide security project; and curb, sidewalk and blacktop repairs throughout the district, as well as other projects, results not reported.
Proposition 3: to permit a district high school senior to serve as a nonvoting member of the school board, passed, 1,329-559.
Smithtown Pass 3,587-1,618 $215,338,655 1.40% $170,010,212 2.23% 2.23% 10,297 2 by seat 3 yrs Matthew Morton, 3,019; Christopher Alcure, 3,014
South Country Pass 2,093-1,.068 $114,875,060 0.77% $54,680,246 2.49% 2.49% 4,544 3 at large 3 yrs Robert Powell, 2002; Christopher Picini, 1979; Lisa Di Santo Grossman, 1870; Melissa Carson 914; Gino Cruz, 892; Scott Augustine, 884; David Reich, 373;
South Huntington Pass 2,336-837 $142,943,982 1.92% $103,995,434 3.58% 4.22% 6,115 3 at large 3 yrs Michele DeGaetano, 2,160 Linda LaCara, 2,056 Edward J. Nikewicz, 1,702 Thomas G. Teresky, 1,455
Southampton Pass 566-260 $59,505,901 1.74% $48,939,928 2.48% 2.48% 1,566 2 at large 4,5 yrs Andrew J. Brindle, 370; James C. Wilson, 366; Charles A. Styler, 348;
Southold Pass 534 to 289 $27,024,043 2.93% $23,619,323 2.93% 3.11% 867 2 at large 3 yrs John Crean, 522; Paulette Ofrias, 516Proposition #2: to transfer $1.5 million from the district ¬"s repair reserve fund to the capital reserve fund, passed 619-203
Proposition #3: to spend up to $190,000 from the bus reserve fund for the purchase of one or two school buses, passed 566-200
Springs Pass 434-139 $24,638,151 -0.84% $23,032,113 2.97% 2.97% 1,003 1 at large 3 yrs John Grant, 381; Dennis Donatuti, 153
Syosset Pass 3,530-2,271 $198,090,057 2.98% $182,606,009 2.26% 2.26% 6,525 3 at large 3 yrs Alan Resnick, 2,474; Christopher DiFilippo, 2,531; John Moore, 2,365; Joshua Lafazan, 4,739; Sonia Rutigliano, 2,115
Three Village Fail 3,981-3,035 $178,608,110 2.29% $133,645,093 4.48% 2.99% 7,296 2 at large 3 yrs William F. Connors Jr., 4,438; Deanna Bavlnka, 3,957; Dr. Andrea Fusco-Winslow, 2,899 Propositions
Proposition #2: To spend $780,000 to supply natural gas to schools, passed 4,554-2,358.
Tuckahoe Fail 228-275 $17,811,479 4.40% $16,129,493 1.99% 2.70% 367 1 by seat 3 yrs Sharon J. Grindle, 212; Harald G. Steudte, 220
Propositions: Proposition #2: To spend $465,000 from the capital reserve fund for the replacement of heating pipes in the school's crawl spaces, failed 120-222
Proposition #3: To authorize the school board to contract with the Westhampton Beach School District and the Southampton Union Free School District for the education and transportation of grades 9 through 12, passed 293-208
Proposition #4: To pay $54,386 to Southampton Youth Association for its support and contributions to various district programs, passed 281-221
Proposition #5: To pay $7,868 to the Parrish Art Museum in Southampton for fourth-graders' art trips to the museum, passed 268-230
Uniondale Pass 459-242 $161,758,610 1.68% $118,140,276 1.54% 1.54% 6,546 2 by seat 3 yrs Emerson Mott, 664; James M. Sharpe III, 593; Dorothy LaPierre, 155
Valley Stream District #13 Pass 1,230-761 $43,217,705 1.60% $31,992,885 3.50% 3.52% 2,133 2 by seat 3 yrs Jeanne Greco Jacobs, 1371; Wiliam P. Stris, 1190
Propositions: Proposition #2: transportation defeated 1,276-640
Valley Stream District #24 Pass 506-255 $27,756,394 1.97% $19,110,058 1.51% 1.98% 1,110 1 at large 3 yrs Donna La Rocco, 537; Narenda (Nat) Patel, 211
Valley Stream District #30 Pass 351-228 $32,403,043 -0.02% $25,983,043 1.69% 1.78% 1,422 1 by seat 5 yrs Cristobal Stewart, 290
Propositions: Proposition #2: establishment of $4 million capital reserve fund passed 356-180
Proposition #3: expenditure of $2 million capital reserve fund passed 352-180
Valley Stream Central High Pass 1,921 ¬1,194 $103,240,117 1.23% $80,873,777 2.55% 2.55% 4,735 0     Trustees are appointed from the three elementary school districts.
Wainscott Pass 40-2 $3,504,460 -2.11% $2,749,560 2.22% 2.28% 0 2 at large 2,3 yrs Kelly Anderson, 32 David Eagan, 27
Propositions: Proposition 3, authorize the district to establish a capital reserve fund, passed 37-5
Proposition 4, approve a tuition contract with East Hampton Union Free School District, the schools Wainscott students attend after completing third grade, passed 27-15
Wantagh Pass 1,900-709 $71,734,069 2.19% $54,269,259 1.86% 2.22% 3,343 1 at large 3 yrs Tony Greco, 1,720; Peter Brasile, 448; Stephen D'Amato, 376
West Babylon Pass 1507-742 $96,186,708 2.35% $64,264,163 3.64% 2.29% 4,350 3 at large 3 yrs Lucy Campasano, 1069; Stacy Villagran, 909; Jennifer Wandasiewicz, 838; Dennis Kranz, 685 Thomas Lano, 642; Scott Waltman, 553; Stephen T. Donnelly, 509; William Layden, 286
West Hempstead Pass 1027-650 $55,188,693 1.46% $40,870,966 2.58% 3.06% 2,090 3 by seat 1,3 yrs Carole Rilling, 911 Perry Fogg, 655
James Mariano, 990 William Signorile, 519
Karen Brohm, 1110 Dennis Walsh, 468
West Islip Pass 2,173-1,180 $110,880,192 3.49% $74,623,053 2.27% 2.27% 5,007 2 by seat 3 yrs Steven Gellar, 1998; Glenn Montes, 1126
Michael Zotto, 1720; Kevin O'Connor, 1408
Westbury Pass 1,263-789 $111,754,933 2.61% $73,114,660 2.00% 2.48% 4,591 2 at large 3 yrs Pless M. Dickerson, 1,062; John E. Simpkins, 847; Cosmas E. Bonaparte Jr., 840; Rocco N. Lanzilotta, 809
Westhampton Beach Pass 521-300 $51,785,791 2.84% $26,327,927 2.89% 1.75% 1,838 1 at large 5 yrs Joyce L. Donneson, 352 Gordon A. Werner, 422
William Floyd Pass 1,758-1,458 $215,783,082 3.67% $90,769,693 2.00% 2.33% 9,148 3 by seat 1, 3 yrs Robert Guerriero, 1,239; Joseph H. Johnson, 1,062; Thomas Gross, 1,637; Robert Vecchio, 1,630
Wyandanch Pass 167-79 $56,498,705 6.24% $20,272,382 1.90% 2.55% 2,090 4 by seat 1, 3 yrs Michael V. Talbert, 165; Yvonne Holder Robinson, 93; Clarivel Martinez, 65; Shauna Rayford, 51
Shirley Baker, 234; Cerina Flippen, 106
Thomas Tolliver,138; Gillian Wedderburn, 109; James Crawford, 92; Mary Williams, 46
Charlie Reed, 236; Barry White, 82; Grace Johnson, 56