Business Executives Ignite Audience at Islip CEO Summit

Islip, NY-More than 130 leaders of the local business community turned out for the Town of Islip’s 6th Annual CEO Summit in Ronkonkoma recently. The event, entitled, “Ignite Us But Make it Quick” was designed to bring members of the business community together to present and share innovative business practices and useful information with an audience of chief executive officers and business leaders. Participants were invited to utilize 20 slides in 5 minutes to illustrate what the makes their business relevant in today’s market.

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Community Celebrates Restaurant Grand Opening with Ribbon Cutting

Islip, NY-Members of the local business community joined Islip Town Supervisor Angie Carpenter and Town Councilman John Cochrane, Jr., in celebrating the Grand Opening of Al Gusto Restaurant in Brentwood/Bay Shore. The restaurant features authentic Spanish cuisine from a variety of cultures including owner Antonio Cuevas’ Dominican Republic. Councilman John Cochrane, Jr. presented Mr. Cuevas with a certificate commemorating the event and congratulated him on his accomplishment in becoming a business owner in the community.

Pictured: -Al Gusto owner Antonio Cuevas (front row, center) cuts the celebratory ribbon. He is flanked by Brentwood Chamber of Commerce President Bruce Fabrizio (l.) and Islip Town Supervisor Angie Carpenter (r.) To the Supervisor’s right is Islip Town Councilman John Cochrane, Jr.

Councilwoman Mullen Recognizes Bayport Blue Point Board of Education Members

Pictured left to right are March, Mullen and Camarda.

NY--Islip Town Councilwoman Mary Kate Mullen recently met with Bayport Blue Point Board of Education members to honor them for their years of service to the community. The Councilwoman presented the members with Citations to commemorate the event and thanked them for their commitment to the education of the students in the Bayport Blue Point School District.

Pictured left to right are Bayport Blue Point Trustee Jim March, Councilwoman Mary Kate Mullen, Bayport Blue Point Vice President Leonard Camarda.

Vision Long Island Recognizes Town of Islip

Flottern speaking at podium. Mannix and Meyer at his side

Islip, NY-The Town of Islip’s Industrial Development Agency was the recipient of the “Sense of Place” Award for its foresight in the Bay Shore Pedestrian Plaza. The award was presented at the 15th Annual Vision Long Island Smart Growth Awards event June 10th at the Crest Hollow Country Club.

Pictured left to right: William Mannix, Executive Director, Town of Islip I.D.A.; Ron Meyer, Commissioner, Planning and Development, Town of Islip and Town Councilman Steve Flotteron.

Town Councilman Flotteron Marks Park Grand Opening

volunteers at the Central Islip Community Park

Islip, NY-Dozens of volunteers from Islip Youth Enrichment Services, the Central Islip Fire Department and the community, joined Islip Town Councilman Steve Flotteron recently to celebrate Central Islip Community Park Day. The event marked the unveiling of new playground equipment, a ball field, and the grand opening of the park located in Central Islip. Members of the Central Islip Fire Department led Fire Safety presentations providing valuable, life-saving information to the community.

Pictured left to rights : Back Row: Sandy Leach, C.I. Civic Community Liason; George Waldbauer, PAL; Robert Folks, PAL; Tom Owens, Parks Commissioner; Debbie Cavanagh, C.I. Community Parks Committee; William Softy, C.I. School Board. Front Row: Velene Gallagher, C.I. Civic Council Executive Director; Carolyn Carillo, Director of Programs at YES; Councilman Steve Flotteron; Deborah Rotunda, C.I. Community Parks Committee.

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  1. Town Officials, Elite Airways Celebrate Inaugural Flight from Long Island MacArthur Airport
  2. TNR Program (Trap, Neuter, Return) For Feral Cats
  3. Letter from Supervisor Carpenter to Boaters and Residents
  4. Supervisor Carpenter Outlines Vision for Town’s Future in 2016 State of the Town Address
  5. Islip Town Board Confirms New Airport Commissioner
  6. Islip Town Supervisor Angie Carpenter Joined Local Elks in the 2016 Youth in Government Day
  7. Zika Action Plan from the Suffolk County Department of Health Services
  8. Long Island MacArthur Airport to Welcome Elite Airways
  9. Know the Facts about Natural Disasters
  10. Town of Islip Continues to Clean Up Communities by Demolishing Blighted, Dangerous Buildings
  11. Supervisor Carpenter Discusses MacArthur Airport’s Progress with Congressman King
  12. Moody’s Upgrades Town’s Financial Rating
  13. Annual Jeans Donation Aids Youth Homeless, Runaway Shelter
  14. Islip Town Board Celebrates National Women’s History Month
  15. Town Employees Receive CPR/AED Certification
  16. Islip Town’s 30th Annual Sharpshooter Basketball Contest a Success
  17. Derelict, Unsafe House Demolished
  18. Islip IDA Continues to Attract New Businesses to Local Economy
  19. Deadline Extended for Women’s History Award Nominations
  20. Islip Town Board Honors Black History Month Honorees
  21. Supervisor Carpenter Joins AutoPlane, Southwest Airlines at Drawing for Round-Trip Tickets
  22. Kiosk Announced for MacArthur Airport Atrium, Honoring General & War Hero Douglas MacArthur
  23. College Incentive "SERVES" Students and the Community
  24. Town Crews Continue to Clear Snow, Ice from Roads
  25. Islip Officials Ask Residents to Refrain from Adding Snow to Streets
  26. Winter Storm Cleanup January 24, 2016
  27. Supervisor Angie Carpenter and the Islip Town Board Declare a State of Emergency
  28. Town of Islip Prepares for Imminent Snowfall
  29. Islip Councilman John Cochrane, Jr., Stresses Importance of Veterans Assistance Programs Available in the Town of Islip
  30. Youth Bureau Calls Upon Residents to Donate to Annual Teens for Jeans Clothing Drive
  31. Nominations Being Accepted for Women’s History Honorees
  32. Town of Islip Employees Join Effort to Donate Blood
  33. Officials Celebrate Groundbreaking for Firefighters Museum
  34. Angie Carpenter Sworn-In as Islip Town Supervisor; First Woman Elected to Post in Town's 333-year History
  35. Duo who Repaired Town Hall’s Nativity Scene Honored by Town Board
  36. Town Officials, Employees Pledge to “Dig Safely”
  37. East Islip Middle School Honors Teacher’s Memory by Donating to Homeless Animals
  38. Islip Town Board Honored Bayport-Blue Point Salvation Army
  39. Islip Animal Shelter’s Pet Toy Drive Raises Outstanding Amount of Donations for Homeless Pets
  40. Islip Town Seeking Nominations for Black History Celebration 2016
  41. TAX RECEIVER ANNOUNCES EXTENDED & HOLIDAY HOURS
  42. Islip Animal Shelter to Host Fourth Annual Holiday Pet Toy Drive
  43. Islip Town Board Honors World Karate Champion
  44. Islip Town Board Honors Islip Soccer Team on Historical Championship Victory
  45. Reminder: Islip to Offer Parking Ticket Amnesty
  46. Islip Town Board Selects Four Local Charities to Receive Donation from Recent Entenmann’s Run
  47. Thanksgiving Baskets Prepared for Residents in Need During Holiday Season
  48. 2016 OPERATING BUDGET UNANIMOUSLY APPROVED BY ISLIP TOWN BOARD WITH FEW CHANGES; ADOPTED 2016 OPERATING BUDGET AVAILABLE ON THE TOWN’S WEBSITE
  49. Thanksgiving Pet Food Drive Held for Islip Animal Shelter and Adopt-a-Pet Center
  50. Islip Animal Shelter Celebrates “Adopt a Senior Pet Month” with Free Senior Adoptions

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