Town of Oyster Bay

  • Clerk - Town of Oyster Bay

    Rachel Klein has a long history of service and dedication to others. Before starting a family in the Town of Oyster Bay, Rachel worked as a health aide, providing medical attention and care to a teenage girl with a rare genetic disorder. In 2008, Rachel was accepted to the NYC Teaching Fellows program, which recruits and trains educators to serve in high need neighborhoods and subject areas. She spent several years teaching Special Education in Queens.

  • Council - Town of Oyster Bay

    Erin Guida is a candidate for the Town of Oyster Bay Town Council and has been a resident of Hicksville for seven years.  Erin and her husband have two elementary aged children who keep them busy with karate, lacrosse, dance and of course school.  Erin has been active in the community and especially with Hicksville Public Schools.  She is a fervent volunteer with her PTA, currently an executive board member, and held office as PTA President from 2016-2018.  Erin is currently the PTA Council Liaison, chairs numerous committees and is active at the district level as a liaison between the Boar

  • Council - Town of Oyster Bay

    Melissa McCardle has been a resident of Massapequa Park for over ten years and during that time, she has dedicated herself to serving her community in many ways. She is a Board of Education liaison for the PTA, Treasurer of the South Bay Democratic Club, and an Assistant Pack leader in Cub Scouts. She is a Democratic Committee member who has volunteered on numerous campaigns over the past few years.

  • Council - Town of Oyster Bay

    Ned Newhouse is a 59-year-old businessman from Woodbury New York. He grew up in Massapequa and attended Birch Lane school in Bar Harbor. He’s had homes in Syosset and Woodbury where he is raising his family for the last 15 years.

    Hailing from a family with a long tradition of hard work, integrity and honor, Ned Newhouse has been involved with speaking out about issues that face the people of the Town of Oyster Bay and Nassau for years.

  • Receiver of Taxes - Town of Oyster Bay

    George Hignell, the Democrat candidate for Receiver of Taxes, was born and raised in Bethpage, and still resides there with his wife and daughter. He graduated from Bethpage High School and received his Bachelor of Science degree in Business Management from the New York Institute of Technology. An awkward last name to pronounce(Hig-nell), throughout his life most just chose to call him by the nickname “Higgins.” Known throughout Long Island for his lifelong involvement in Sports, Mr.

  • Supervisor - Town Of Oyster Bay

    As he did in his business career, Altadonna focused on efficiency in his duties as mayor. He improved workforce productivity and achieved significant cost reductions. Improving the quality of life of the residents he served and ensuring the well-being of residents and business owners were also priorities. Altadonna oversaw a revitalization project in the business district of Massapequa Park to support local merchants and attract new businesses to the village.