Election results 2013-14

Here is information on school district elections that will be held on Tuesday. Budget figures are based on data released by the state Education Department.

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Result Vote District Budget Budget Change Elected candidates Term
pass 2397-860 Baldwin $119,031,449 0.00% Deborah Rebore (2254, winner), Joel Press, (1, 699, winner), Kim Taylor (992), Mary Clark (824). Proposition 3: Passed, 1950-1017. The $119, 031, 449 budget passed 2, 397-860 on June 18 a revote. A proposed $121, 594, 498 budget, which would have increased the tax levy by 7 percent, failed 1, 945-1, 538 on May 21 because it did not receive a 60% supermajority. 3 yrs
pass 806-354 Bellmore $32,897,101 2.98% Maryanne Kelly (921, winner), Janet Goller (905, winner), Scott Cohen (440), Brian Califano (2). Proposition 2: Passed, (767-364) 3 yrs
pass 950-383 Bethpage $78,541,882 2.74% John Lonardo (909), Marie Swierkowski (885), Kurt Spears (836). All ran unopposed. 3 yrs
pass 595-251 Carle Place $47,579,305 2.55% Lawrence F. Zaino, Jr. (651, unopposed). Propositon 2 passed (554-235). Proposition 3 passed (561-223). 3 yrs
pass 1851-688 East Meadow $188,239,972 1.83% Joseph Parisi (1880), Jeffrey Rosenking (1645), Marcee Rubinstein (1613). All unopposed. 3 yrs
pass 657-373 East Rockaway $36,843,428 3.49% Patricia S. Nicoletti (623, winner), Kristin Ochtera (607, winner), Patrick P. Gillespie Jr. (365), Keith Gamache (281). Proposition 2: Passed 649-246; Proposition 3: Passed, 497-199. 3 yrs
pass 631-222 East Williston $54,379,008 3.14% David Keefe (579, unopposed) and Barbara Slone (558, unopposed). Proposition 2 passed (512-169). 3 yrs
pass 1311-648 Elmont $80,905,400 4.27% Michael A. Jaime (incumbent) and Jon Johnson, Sr. (incumbent) were both reelected; Tameka Battle-Burkett successfully challenged Lorraine Ferrigno (incumbent). 17 ballots are being challenged and vote totals will be available when those are resolved. Proposition 2 results are not yet available. 3 yrs
pass 1796-874 Farmingdale $153,384,118 1.87% Michael Goldberg (1, 575, winner), Russ Catanzaro (1, 408), winner) Tina Diamond (1, 378). Proposition 2: Passed, 1, 888-657. Proposition 3: Passed, 1, 851-702. 3 yrs
pass 1134-648 Floral Park Bellerose $27,857,712 2.85% Denise DellaCorte (1, 215, unopposed); Douglas Vigo (1, 086, winner), Nadia Holubnyczyj-Ortiz (517). Proposition 2 passed (997-597). Proposition 3 passed (1, 007-631). Proposition 4 passed (964-622). 3 yrs
pass 3828-2207 Sewanhaka $171,785,427 2.84% Board is comprised of board members appointed (2 each) from Franklin Square, New Hyde Park-Garden City Park, Floral Park-Bellerose and Elmont. n/a
pass 979-591 Franklin Square $35,561,500 3.28% Joseph Armocida (1, 038, unopposed) and Jerome Monaco (832, unopposed). Proposition 2: Passed, 893-507 3 yrs
pass 1402-729 Freeport $156,362,834 3.54% Anthony J. Miller (1, 226, winner), Michael Pomerico (1, 248, winner), Pamela Bierria-Anderson (457), Joseph Bonilla (399), Frank Grossman (256), Jorge Heras Jr. (450), Diane Jackson (516). Proposition 3: Passed (1, 400-487). 3 yrs
pass 1436-760 Garden City $107,602,366 3.25% Laura Hastings (1, 268), Barbara Trapasso (1, 252). Both were unopposed. 3 yrs
pass 799-779 Glen Cove $76,670,632 3.47% Richard Maccarone (1, 050, winner), Grady Farnan (859, winner) and Eric Bailey (832). 3 yrs
pass 1183-321 Great Neck $209,442,904 4.85% Monique Bloom (1, 094, unopposed). 3 yrs
pass 485-257 Hempstead $178,836,836 2.99% JoAnn Simmons (580, winner), Lamont Johnson (552, winner), Andre Fields (398), Patricia McNeil (205) and Tia Morris (114). 3 yrs
pass 1510-943 Herricks $104,619,373 3.19% Juleigh Chin (1, 691, unopposed). 3 yrs
pass 1295-998 Hewlett Woodmere $109,605,682 3.61% Mitchell Greebel (1, 541, winner), Harold Kislik (1, 409, winner) and Fred Usherson (633). Proposition 2: Passed (1, 275-851). 3 yrs
pass 1263-689 Hicksville $124,595,008 3.29% James Mott (1, 148, unopposed), Patrick Stines (1, 097, unopposed). Proposition 2 passed (1, 202-672). 3 yrs
pass 708-287 Island Park $35,850,067 3.66% Diana Caracciolo (543, winner), Jack Vobis (426) for a five-year term. Tara Byrne (638, winner) to serve the last year of the five-year-term of Michael Hastava. Proposition 2 passed (796-182). Proposition 3 passed (761-219). Proposition 4 passed (751-217). Proposition 5 passed (699-263). 1, 5 yrs
pass 540-239 Island Trees $59,177,477 2.16% Kristen Daum (466, unopposed) and Barbara Medellin (456, unopposed). 3 yrs
pass 808-265 Jericho $117,878,708 2.98% Joseph H. Lorintz (848, unopposed). Proposition 2 passed (517-181) 3 yrs
pass 2081-744 Lawrence $93,000,598 -0.16% Tova Plaut (winner, 1, 647), Jesse Lunin-Pack (1, 610) and Dov Herman (842); Michael Hatten (1, 798, winner), Nahum Marcus (1, 189); Juan Zapeda (492); David Sussman (winner, 2, 194 ). 3 yrs
pass 1809-1205 Levittown $195,590,207 2.94% James Moran (1, 604), Peggy Sheridan-Marenghi (1, 564) and Peter Zirogiannis (1, 132) are running. Proposition 2 (1, 348-973) Proposition 2: Passed, 1, 348- 973 3 yrs
pass 1329-887 Locust Valley $78,985,297 3.15% Susan Petersen Lubow (1, 330, winner), Kerian Carlstrom (1, 052, winner), John (Jack) E. Hellyer, Jr. (1, 027). Proposition passed (1, 476-643); Proposition 3 passed (1, 370-612). 3 yrs
pass 1432-610 Long Beach $123,767,293 1.32% Roy J. Lester (1, 087, winner), Matthew Adler (543), Elizabeth Treston (423) and Jes Bellsey (361). 3 yrs
pass 901-431 Lynbrook $76,192,356 2.31% Heather Hanson (719, winner), William B. Kayen (521); William Belmont (706, unopposed). Proposition 2 passed (951-342). Proposition 3 passed (864-380). Proposition 2: To take $600, 000 from the technology replacement fund to replace outdated switches, expand network infrastructure and other upgrades, Yes 951, No 342 Proposition 3: To spend up to $474, 506 from the capital reserve fund and up to $916, 494 from the renovation and improvement of facilities reserve fund, for a total of $1.39 million in renovations, Yes 864, No 380 3 yrs
pass 599-439 Malverne $51,244,209 5.45% Danielle Hopkins (589, winner), Jan Kasal (383); John Tulley (625, unopposed). Proposition 2 passed (559-330). 4 yrs
pass 3706-1451 Manhasset $89,296,198 0.00% Regina Rule (2, 650, unopposed) and Craig Anderson (2, 598, unopposed). The $86, 176, 419 million budget passed 3, 706-1, 451 on June 18 a revote. A proposed $89, 296, 198 budget, which would have increased the tax levy by 5.98 percent, failed 2, 053-1, 797 on May 21 because it did not receive a supermajority. 3 yrs
pass 2769-1215 Massapequa $185,809,139 1.49% No one filed for candidacy; the vacancy will be filled by write-in vote. 3 yrs
pass 3193-1762 Bellmore - Merrick Central High $135,920,888 2.30% Two board members each are appointed from the Bellmore, North Bellmore, Merrick and North Merrick elementary school districts to serve as the central high school district's board. n/a
pass 840-382 Merrick $45,223,466 4.47% Gina Piskin (943) and Sigal Negrin (832). Both ran unopposed. Proposition 2 passed (777-361). 3 yrs
pass 1110-638 Mineola $86,143,656 2.56% Patricia Navarra (933, winner), Irene Parrino (684). 3 yrs
pass 871-517 New Hyde Park - Garden City Park $35,525,755 2.99% Joan Romagnoli (913, winner), Ernest Gentile (908, winner), Tara Notine, (901, winner), Jennifer Kerrane (619, winner), James J. Reddan (547). Proposition 2: Passed (851-454); Proposition 3: Passed (798-494). 1, 3 yrs
pass 1150-725 North Bellmore $50,498,245 4.98% JoAnn DeLauter and Frank LaMagra tied with 799 each and may face a runoff. Peter Mayo (766), Rosemarie Corless (637), Greg Bashaw (309). Proposition 2: Passed, 1, 193-564; Proposition 3: Passed, 1084-693. 3 yrs
pass 598-344 North Merrick $28,897,000 4.92% Wendy Gargiulo (546), Linda Fuller (531) and George Haile (519). All were unopposed. Proposition 2 passed (630-290). 3 yrs
pass 1735-1222 North Shore Central $93,985,569 3.84% Marianne Manning Russo (1, 679, winner), Michael Nightingale (1, 555, winner), Sara Jones (1, 463, winner), Timothy Madden (1, 405), George Pombar (1, 337), James O'Sullivan (677). 3 yrs
pass 1817-896 Oceanside $139,332,805 3.98% Michael S. D'Ambrosio (1, 699, winner) and Leo Bonacasa (792); Robert M. Transom (1, 557, unopposed). 3 yrs
pass 932-604 Oyster Bay East Norwich $53,504,111 3.84% John McEvoy (1, 060, winner), Jennifer Romeo (662), Michael Castellano (631) and Harriet Dorfman (528). Proposition 2 passed (889-549). Proposition 3 passed (881-503). 4 yrs
pass 1302-830 Plainedge $86,094,426 3.68% Raymond Paris (1, 392, unopposed), Douglas Pascarella (1, 293, unopposed) and Debra Grieci (1, 112, unopposed); third-highest votegetter gets the final year on the seat of Patricia Zinke. Proposition 3: Passed (1, 420-577). 1, 3 yrs
pass 1815-827 Plainview - Old Bethpage $141,358,095 2.98% Emily Schulman (1, 855, winner), Seth Greenberg (1, 829, winner), Gary Bettan (1, 804) and Kevin Rea (1, 070). Proposition 2 passed (1, 830-689) 3 yrs
pass 2451-1047 Port Washington $138,808,242 3.92% Karen Sloan (2, 486), Christina Nadolne (2, 273). Both ran unopposed. 3 yrs
pass 2089-1499 Rockville Centre $100,748,352 3.59% John O'Shea (2, 132, winner) and Lynda Rubino (1, 466). 3 yrs
pass 275-146 Roosevelt $88,928,476 4.07% Willa Scott (360, winner), Robert Summerville (335, winner), Derek Ivey (203), Wilhelmina Funderburke (169, winner), Winnie Espada (164), Hendrick Fayette (158), Charlena Croutch (125), Christine Bryce (82), Rena Mitchell (81). 1, 3 yrs
pass 612-266 Roslyn $102,065,212 2.63% Bruce G. Valauri (601, winner), Steven B. Litvack (595, winner) and David P. Dubner (588, winner); third-highest votegetter gets the final two years on the seat of Dani Kline, who stepped down. Proposition 3 passed (633-218) and Proposition 4 passed (568-202). 2, 3 yrs
pass 1664-921 Seaford $60,437,334 4.58% Bruce Kahn (1, 500), Jeanmarie Wink (1, 646). Both unopposed. 3 yrs
pass 2627-1555 Syosset Central $209,054,963 5.54% Tracy Frankel (2, 715, winner), Rob Gershon (2, 740, winner), Susan Parker (2, 460, winner), William Weiner (2, 338) 3 yrs
pass 394-242 Uniondale $166,121,187 2.70% Terri Mangum (649, unopposed); Bruno Cubas (519, winner), Dorothy LaPierre (163). -
pass 1645-910 Valley Stream Central High $106,231,367 2.90% Board is comprised of board members appointed from Valley Stream #13, #24, #30. Proposition 2 passed (1, 798-814). n/a
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