Tag Archive | "Islip"

Islip Town Employee Charged After Threatening Volunteers At Islip Dems HQ

Monday, November 4, 2013


In an attack that was intended to frighten Democratic volunteers and suppress their ability to campaign, an Islip Town Employee made threats of imminent violence on a democratic volunteer on the premises of the Islip Democrats’s campaign headquarters in Bay Shore.

Islip Town Young Republicans Monthly Meeting

Tuesday, January 29, 2013


Come join the Islip Town Young Republican Club at our monthly meeting! Our guest speaker is Islip Town Councilman Steve Flotteron. Click the link to see our event on Facebook! We meet February 5th, 2013 at 7 PM. 39 3rd Avenue, Bay Shore Also “like” us on Facebook to get up to date information about […]

May 28: Memorial Day Parade Dates in the Town of Islip

Sunday, May 27, 2012


This weekend we will be celebrating the men and women in our Armed Services for Memorial Day. In recognition of these most honorable individuals Islip Town Hall will be closed, Monday, May 28th. There will be a number of different parades in the area that we encourage you to participate in. You can find all […]

Islip Town Newsletter | Upcoming Events

Sunday, May 20, 2012


Please click HERE to view the Islip Town’s new E-Newsletter. Upcoming Town Events Islip Farmer’s Market 7:00am – 12:00pm The Long Island Grower’s Market will be held rain or shine every Saturday morning from May 19 through November 17, 2012. Location: Islip Town Hall, parking lot Contact: longislandgrowersmarket.com May 22th, 2012 – Town Board Meeting […]

Islip Terrace Eagle Scout Honored

Tuesday, February 21, 2012


Suffolk County Legislator Tom Cilmi joined Islip Terrace resident, Kyle Basso, for his Eagle Court of Honor.  Basso is the third of three brothers to receive the highest award in Scouting.  Kyle’s father is an Eagle Scout as well. Cilmi, who was joined by Islip Councilwoman and Acting Deputy Supervisor Trish Bergin at the ceremony […]

Feb 19: Temporary Relocation of World Trade Center Steel Beam

Sunday, February 19, 2012


The Town of Islip, in conjunction with the Islip Town Fire Chiefs Council, cordially invites you to a special ceremony commemorating the temporary relocation of our World Trade Center 9/11 steel beam. This sacred piece of American history will, on February 19th 2012 at 11:00am, be flag draped and escorted with honors from its present […]

Jan 2 – New Islip Supervisor Tom Croci to Publicly Sworn Into Office

Friday, December 30, 2011


WHO:  Supervisor-Elect Tom Croci and other newly-elected officials in the Town of Islip WHAT: Inauguration into office WHERE:  Connetquot High School, 190 Seventh Street, Bohemia, NY 11716 WHEN:  Monday, January 2, 2012 at 12:30 PM (Doors open at noon) A designated area will be reserved for members of the news media. Event contact:  Inez birbiglia […]

Islip Supervisor Elect Tom Croci Names Councilwoman Trish Bergin As Acting Deputy Supervisor

Wednesday, December 28, 2011


Islip Town Supervisor-Elect Tom Croci took one more step toward to his inauguration next week by announcing additional Department heads and senior staff members who will serve in his administration. “I remain committed to ensuring citizens’ concerns are answered when they contact Town Hall.  I am committed to improving Islip’s economy and I am committed […]

Islip’s Tom Croci Names former Lindy Mayor, Lynda Distler, as Chief of Staff.

Wednesday, December 21, 2011

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Islip Supervisor-Elect Tom Croci is announcing his first Department head changes and new hires as he prepares to transition into government following his inauguration in January. “As I said, I look forward to hitting the ground running,” said Supervisor-Elect Tom Croci, “It is critical that I have people there beside me to help implement my […]

Professor Edward Gullason and Laura Rogacki join Team Croci

Wednesday, December 14, 2011


Professor Edward Gullason and Laura Rogacki join Lazio, Badala, Young and Schettino Tom Croci, Supervisor-Elect of the Town of Islip, announced additional members of his Transition Team today as he prepares to take office in January. “I look forward to hitting the ground running,” said Supervisor-Elect Croci, “As I said during the campaign my focus […]

“FOCUS” on LIPolitics: Exclusive Interview with Islip’s Tom Croci

Monday, December 12, 2011


WNLY-TV 10/55 host Richard Rose recently sat down for an exclusive interview with newly-elected Islip Town Supervisor Tom Croci. About Tom Growing up in Islip, Tom Croci learned early about the meaning of hard work. The son of two public school teachers who both went on to become school principals and the grandson of Ellis […]

Islip Supervisor-Elect Tom Croci Announces Transition Team

Tuesday, November 29, 2011

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Croci Meets with Nolan, Begins Transition . ISLIP, NY – Islip Town Supervisor-Elect Tom Croci met today with outgoing Islip Supervisor Phil Nolan to begin the transition process that will end with Tom Croci taking the oath of office in January. Croci thanked Supervisor Nolan for the meeting.  “I want to thank Supervisor Phil Nolan […]

Islip Supervisor-Elect Tom Croci: “Thanks” … and have a happy and safe Thanksgiving

Tuesday, November 22, 2011


Dear Supporters: Thank you for all you have done to support our recent campaign for Islip Town Supervisor. Your hard work and dedication elected a new Team to restore honesty, hard work and integrity in town government. I, along with my colleagues, Councilman Elect John Cochrane, Councilman Elect Anthony Senft, Town Clerk Elect Olga Murray, […]

Suffolk Recount: Croci Wins in Islip. Islip GOP Sweep Complete.

Saturday, November 19, 2011


After a recount, Tom Croci has been declared the winner in the Islip Town race by the Suffolk County Board of Elections. Croci lead incumbent Phil Nolan by an small margin on election night after the election results were tallied by Suffolk BOE. However, the Islip Supervisor never regained the lead, making the Republican sweep […]

Karl Grossman: The Independence Party was critical in the 2011 Suffolk Elections

Friday, November 18, 2011


Independent. It’s a politically-potent word. Endorsement by the Independence Party was critical in a good number of races in Suffolk County in last week’s election—in both western and eastern Suffolk. In Islip Town, incumbent Supervisor Phil Nolan, a Democrat, was defeated by Republican Tom Croci. Deduct the 1,238 votes Croci got on the Independence line […]

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