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THE HONORABLE ANGIE M. CARPENTER SWORN IN AS ISLIP TOWN’S FIRST WOMAN SUPERVISOR

Islip, NY – The Honorable Angie M. Carpenter was sworn in as the Town of Islip’s first woman supervisor at a ceremony held at Islip Town Hall, on Sunday, March 1. She was joined by family, friends, Islip residents, Islip Town Board members and fellow elected officials, including United States Congressmen Pete King and Lee Zeldin and New York State Comptroller Thomas P. DiNapoli. All wished her much success in her new role, while praising her for her exceptional service to the Town of Islip and its residents since first entering public service.

“Angie Carpenter is a great friend who has an outstanding record of government service. The Town of Islip cannot have a more qualified or dedicated Supervisor,” said Congressman King during his opening remarks.

"It is an honor to be with Angie Carpenter as she is sworn in as the Town of Islip's first female supervisor,” said State Comptroller Thomas P. DiNapoli. “Angie has been a tireless advocate for her constituents since first being elected to the County Legislature in 1993. She has been an effective and dedicated county treasurer and I look forward to continuing to work with Angie Carpenter in her new role as town supervisor. I wish her well as she provides leadership to the Town of Islip."

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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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