- Ferro, 58, of Commack, is the chief executive officer of Alure Home Improvements. He also is running on the Conservative Party line.
- In 2017, he and his family created and funded the Ferro Foundation to help low-income veterans and senior citizens make improvements to their homes. The foundation also provides scholarships for disadvantaged Long Island college-bound students.
- He is a member of the Long Island Builders Institute and past president of the group, is an active board member for Huntington Hospital, Family Service League, Farmingdale College Foundation, The Long Island Community Chest and The Clark Gillies Foundation. He holds an associate degree in business administration from Farmingdale State College.
- Ferro said he would work to hold the line on property taxes, streamline services to better serve residents, implement real structural reforms and protect the town’s suburban charm.
- He wants to continue to improve local parks and address vacant zombie houses by applying pressure to the landowners and/or banks and getting involved sooner rather than later. He would work collaboratively with law enforcement to address specific community concerns that impact our neighborhoods.
- He would work with community stakeholders to strengthen the town’s shoreline and improve the environment by speaking with environmentalists and investing in infrastructure to address storm drainage issues and the sewage treatment center.