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Complete results for contested fire district commissioners election
Fire districts across Long Island held elections for commissioners on Tuesday. Here are the results of contested elections, and of propositions on the ballot in some districts:
Bellmore: Incumbent Robert Angrisani. A proposition asking residents whether the district can solicit bids to sell, trade or dispose of four fire trucks passed.
Bethpage: Incumbent Gregory Patsos
East Meadow: Incumbent Scott Farber
Franklin Square and Munson: Les Saltzman
Hewlett Bay: Residents approved a proposition to change the elected treasurer’s position to an appointed position starting at the end of 2014.
Hicksville: Michael Azzue
Lido and Point Lookout: Bernard Paz
Locust Valley: Paul Long
New Hyde Park: Challenger John Waldron
North Bellmore: Edward Kraus
Oceanside: Biagio Rosano
South Farmingdale: Challenger John Boklak
Syosset: Thomas Feeney
Uniondale: Anthony Lebron a two-year term, incumbent Noel Thomas a five-year term.
Wantagh: Incumbent Jay Cohen
West Hempstead: Challenger Avraham Z. Rosman
Blue Point: Michael Dollop
Brentwood: Challenger William Menendez
Bridgehampton: Incumbent Thomas Dombkowski
Centereach: Challenger Raymond Catapano
Commack: Incumbent Thomas McFadzen
Copiague: Julian Wellington. A proposition to buy a pumper, a rescue vehicle and an ambulance passed.
Cutchogue: Incumbent Sandy Friemann
Dix Hills: Todd Cohen. A proposition to increase the number of years for which a firefighter can get LOSAP credit passed.
East Islip: Incumbent Michael Montuori
East Moriches: Glenn M. Maningo a five-year term; John S. Hulse a three-year term
East Northport: Incumbent Nicholas Macedonio
East Quogue: Incumbent Jonathan Erwin
Gordon Heights: Challenger Joyce Bourne
Great River: James Bishop
Hampton Bays: Incumbent Kevin Kenny
Hauppauge: Incumbent Scott D. Munro
Huntington: A $4.5 million bond for construction and repairs was approved.
Lake Ronkonkoma: Brian Cook
Lakeland: Incumbent Gerald V. O’Mara
Medford: Incumbent Richard Piquette
Melville: James Schuler
Nesconset: Incumbent Ed Swenson
Orient: Richard Milligan
Port Jefferson: Herb Reckenbeil a five-year term; Kevin Bates a four-year seat.
Ridge: Challenger David Hellberg Jr. A proposition for a $7 million bond for the renovation and replacement of the fire department’s headquarters failed.
Rocky Point: Eugene Buchner
St. James: Incumbent Lawrence Montrose
Selden: Challenger Robert White
Setauket: James Makarius Jr.
Smithtown: Challenger Thomas F. Duckham
Wading River: A $4.75 million bond referendum to rebuild a substation was rejected
West Islip: Challenger Michael Mercurio
— STAFF REPORTS