Losquadro wants to find a paperless way to track overtime for contract workers. Doing that, he said, will build on the electronic technology he’s already implemented. The highway superintendent said he would work toward improving facilities and building a truck wash so vehicles can remain in compliance with state environmental regulations. He added that keeping the trucks clean helps prevent corrosion. Losquadro said he wants to make the department more efficient. “My goal is to continue to improve the department and services,” he said.
Losquadro, 45, of Shoreham, highway superintendent since 2013, is running for re-election on the Republican, Conservative and Independence lines. Previously, he served in the state Assembly for three years and in the Suffolk County Legislature for seven years. Losquadro worked as an insurance adjuster and fraud investigator for State Farm Insurance for 10 years before entering politics. He received a bachelor’s degree in history from Stony Brook University. He is married, with two children.