Rosenbach said wants to put more government functions and record keeping -- such as permit applications and board meeting minutes -- online. "This is the computer age. Why can't you make applications online? Why do you have to schlep down to an office?" she said. "We can streamline. We can economize. We can make it more efficient, and what's very important to me -- a little more user-friendly." She said the town should be more open with public records. "If you're entitled to information, you should not have to go through a series of hoops to get that information," she said. "There should be openness and transparency."
Anne Rosenbach, 62, of Massapequa is running on the Democratic and Working Families lines. She has had a private law practice since 1986 and specializes in foreclosure defense. She served as an administrative law judge for the New York State Liquor Authority and previously worked as an attorney for Aetna Insurance. She also volunteers as a mediator at the state Supreme Court in Nassau County. She received her law degree from the Cleveland-Marshall College of Law and an undergraduate degree in English at Hofstra University.