Loguercio said cleaning up the neighborhoods in his district is a priority. He said roughly two dozen vacant homes, which attract squatters and prostitution, have been demolished in the past couple years. “I want to continue cleaning up neighborhoods and making neighborhoods safe,” the councilman said. He plans to focus on working with the Brookhaven Industrial Development Agency, the business arm of the town, to help create jobs and assisting the homeless. Loguercio said he wants to help Brookhaven remain fiscally responsible.
Loguercio, 59, of Ridge, seeking a second term, is running on the Republican, Conservative and Independence party lines. Loguercio received an associate degree in criminal justice from Suffolk County Community College and a bachelor’s in business administration from the University of Phoenix. He is former president and vice president of the Longwood school board. He is a volunteer firefighter for the Ridge Fire Department. Loguercio is divorced and has two children.