Slevin said she would push for term limits for all elected town positions “to ensure that new voices are always coming up.” She would change the at-large council system to one with district representation, which she said would give more of a voice to residents from hamlets straddling town borders. She would add more information to public meeting agendas and resolutions and post them further in advance. She said she would require new building or extensive renovation on main streets to be in the Colonial style, leveraging the town’s place on the historic George Washington Spy Trail.
Slevin, 40, of the hamlet of Smithtown, is running on the None of the Above party line. Along with her husband, she owns Yottabyte, a craft chocolate and candy shop off East Main Street. Originally from Smithtown, she graduated from Hauppauge High School. She is married, with two children.