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Rebuilding of Islip Beach After Super Storm Sandy Now Complete With Opening of New Food Concession

Islip, NY- Islip Town Supervisor Tom Croci and Town Board members were joined today by New York State Senator Phil Boyle and Suffolk County Legislator Tom Cilmi in celebrating the last piece of the $1.76 million rebuilding of Islip Beach, ravaged by Super Storm Sandy, with an official ribbon cutting ceremony held at the beach’s new full-service restaurant/concession stand, Sunset Restaurant, which opened earlier this summer.

“When we initially saw the damage at Islip Beach, many thought what we are here to celebrate today would never be possible,” said Supervisor Croci. “The Town’s commitment to its residents, along with the support of the Parks Department and the concessionaire, tackled the reconstruction of this Town Treasure. Today, we are pleased to say, that with the official reopening of the concession stand, the restoration of Islip Beach is complete and something that all Town residents can and enjoy and be proud of.”


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Town of Islip hosts annual 9-11 memorial service.

The Islip Town Board remembered the 12th anniversary of the tragic events of September 11, 2001, during a special ceremony held at the 9-1-1 monument located at Town Hall’s Veteran’s Memorial Park, where they were joined by colleagues from all levels of government, area fire departments, local clergyman, civic leaders and residents to pay tribute to the men and women who lost their lives during the 9-1-1 terrorist attacks.


To view photos from this event, visit the 9-11 Memorial Photo Gallery.

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