Inzerillo said she is concerned by "misguided development" and companies -- particularly in the Kings Park industrial area -- not adhering to zoning law. "If they're zoned residential, they shouldn't be having heavy industry operating on a residential property," she said. Inzerillo said she also wants to maintain Supervisor Patrick Vecchio's "tight-fisted budgeting," and protect the town's environment and green space. "I want to do what's right for the people, and not for the large developers and the real estate attorneys who don't even live here," she said.
Inzerillo, 51, of Kings Park, is running on the Republican line. She graduated Bayside High School in Queens in 1982. Inzerillo earned an associate's degree in business law and a bachelor's degree in marketing -- both from St. John's University. She began working for North Shore University Hospital in Manhasset as a secretary in 1990 and left in 2012 as an administrator in surgical oncology. Inzerillo currently operates an online baby boutique, which she opened as a small business in 2009. She is a Kings Park Civic Association board member and a founding member of the Old Northport Road-Lawrence Road Task Force. Inzerillo is running for elected office for the first time. She is married with three children.