Siller, 65, of Shelter Island Heights, is running on the Democratic line and is seeking his third term; he previously served two terms as supervisor from 1998-2001. He runs a garden center and is a landscape gardener.
- Siller said he would tap the 2% of funds available to the town in the Community Preservation Fund for an engineering study on how best to solve nitrogen pollution.
- He said he would reduce the four-poster deer feeding program by a third and increase culling of the herd to reduce the number of deer and resulting ticks.
- He supports using town land as a land bank and building housing that is offered either as rental units or for purchase through a lottery.