Voters in local fire districts will go to the polls Tuesday to elect new commissioners and other district officials in some cases.
Here is a look at the fire district elections in Bayport and Sayville.
Two incumbents are seeking re-election this year.
Longtime fire volunteer Raymond Reilly Jr. is seeking election to a three-year position and Jeff Saperstein is running for election for a five-year commissioner seat.
Voting will take place from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m. at the firehouse at the corner of Snedecor Avenue and Railroad Avenue in Bayport.
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Longtime fire commissioner Donald Corkery is seeking re-election this year and running unopposed for a five-year term.
Corkery is currently chairman of the fire district and has served as a commissioner for 25 years. The ex-chief has been a member of the department for 40 years.
Voting at the Sayville Fire Department headquarters, at the corner of Lincoln Avenue and Montauk Highway, will be held from 3 p.m. to 9 p.m. The extended poll hours are to accommodate seniors and residents who may work shift days, and to make voting as accessible as possible, according to fire department officials.