Doyle said he would focus on infrastructure, from parks to roads to curbs. “We still need to improve our infrastructure, because it’s failing us,” he said. He would go to the bond market to fund work, taking advantage of what he said were historically low asphalt prices. His experience running Country Pointe’s sewage treatment plant would be an advantage as the town looks to expand sewer system coverage of downtown business districts, he said.
Doyle, 66, of Nesconset, is seeking his first term on the town board. He is running on the Conservative and Independence party lines. President of the Country Pointe Homeowners Association, he is retired from nearly 38 years in law enforcement with the Nassau County Sheriff’s Department and the Suffolk County Police Department, where he spent the bulk of his career as a homicide squad supervisor. He graduated from New York Institute of Technology with a bachelor’s degree in criminal justice. He is married and has two children.