Leszczynski said the town's computer system needs to be upgraded to facilitate the sharing of information and communication among the different departments "so we don't have to pull paper files." He said he wants to work on organizing the enormous amount of paper files in his office and scanning as many as possible into the existing computer system.
Leszczynski, 69, of Aquebogue, is running on the Republican, Conservative and Reform lines. He has been an assessor since 1999 and is seeking a fifth term. He has two associate degrees -- one in aerospace engineering from Wentworth Institute of Technology in Boston and another in mortuary science from Farmingdale State College. He is married.