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Discover Long Island and MacArthur Airport Forge New Marketing Collaboration


April 20th, 2018 – Town and County officials, in partnership with Discover Long Island, recently unveiled an industry-leading cooperative marketing campaign between MacArthur Airport and Discover Long Island, at an announcement made at Long Island MacArthur Airport.

The new, multi-faceted cooperative marketing initiative, “Short Flight. Long Island.” slogan is designed to build awareness of Long Island as a destination, and increase demand for MacArthur Airport as a go-to hub. The details of the campaign were made available by Angie Carpenter, Islip Town Supervisor; Steve Bellone, Suffolk County Executive; Shelley LaRose-Arken, Airport Commissioner; and Kristen Jarnagin, President/CEO of Discover Long Island, elected officials, business leaders, and local tourism stakeholders. The Baltimore / Washington D.C. market will serve as the initial target region for the campaign based on research, population, and frequency of service.

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Governor Cuomo Signs Anti-Gang Bill at Brentwood Press Conference


Apirl 12th, 2018 – Yesterday, Supervisor Angie Carpenter joined with Governor Andrew Cuomo as the Governor signed a $18.5M bill to cut off MS-13 recruitment and support comprehensive youth programs on Long Island. Watch the full press conference in the video above.

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Town Demolishes Unsafe, Nuisance Property


April 9th, 2018 – Islip Town Supervisor Angie Carpenter was joined by members of the Islip Town Board and other Town officials at the demolition of a house and accessory structure located at 1628 E. 3rd Ave, Bay Shore today. The property, and an accessory structure, had been neglected to the point that they became unsafe, and in immediate danger of collapse due to structural failure, disrepair, and neglect.

The structures have been determined to be in imminent danger of collapse by the Town’s Chief Building Inspector. In addition, overgrown vegetation posed a fire hazard to the dilapidated house and the neighboring houses.

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