Supervisor Tom Croci

Suffolk County Septic Lottery; Applications due: 4:30 p.m. on November 14, 2014

The County will be conducting a lottery to select 19 homeowners to receive a free advanced wastewater treatment system that greatly reduces nitrogen contamination – including free installation, monitoring and maintenance for five years.   The pilot program is part of Suffolk County’s Reclaim Our Water initiative, a comprehensive plan to improve the County’s water quality, restore the region’s natural storm barriers by eradicating nitrogen pollution by means of sewering targeted areas and implementing advanced on-site wastewater treatment systems. Residents are encouraged to log onto County Public Work website to fill out an application.

Applications are due November 14, 2014. After a thorough screening process, a random drawing will be conducted to select the 19 qualified homeowners.

**Please be sure to obtain a site work only permit in order for Engineering to inspect any on-site restoration, ensuring you are in compliance with Town codes. Call the Town's Engineering Department at (631) 224-5360.

 

Islip Town Hosts Safe Trick-or-Treating Event for Town Residents

Islip, NY – Islip Town Supervisor Tom Croci and the Islip Town Board have announced that a Safe Trick-or-Treating event is planned for Islip’s little ghosts and goblins on Friday, October 31 (600 p.m. - 08:30 p.m.) at Islip Town Hall West, 401 Main Street in Islip.

Sponsored by the Town’s Office of Cultural Affairs, Islip Town residents who present their Recreation Card to obtain up to 5 tickets, will enjoy a children’s Halloween comedy show and safe trick-or-treating, with goodies supplied by local vendors and businesses. This fun-filled evening will conclude with a costume parade at 8:00 p.m., and awards will be given for FIRST, SECOND and THIRD PLACE for SCARIEST, SILLIEST, MOST ORIGINAL, and BEST OVERALL costume. Please note that this event is geared for children 10 and under with their parents, and that a maximum of 500 tickets will be given out.

Tickets can be obtained at the Cultural Affairs Office at 50 Irish Lane in East Islip. For more information, call 631-224-5430.

Live.Love.Bark to host Thanksgiving Pet Food Drive; Donations to be delivered to Islip Animal Shelter before Holiday

Islip, NY. – Live.Love.Bark Dog Rescue, the non-profit volunteer group that works directly with Islip Animal Shelter and Adopt-a-Pet Center, will be holding a Thanksgiving Pet Food Drive in efforts to collect food for the shelter animals just in time for the holidays. Donations will be collected from November 1st through the 21st, and delivered to the shelter on November 22nd. Donations can be dropped to Venessa at the Media Relations Office in Islip Town Hall, 655 Main Street in Islip. Live.Love.Bark will also pick up donations. 

“It is important, especially during the holiday season, to remember those less fortunate, including our furry friends waiting for their forever homes at the Islip Animal Shelter and Adopt-a-Pet Center,” said Islip Town Councilwoman Trish Bergin Weichbrodt. “I’d like to encourage our residents to participate by donating or spreading the word.”

The Islip Animal Shelter and Adopt-a-Pet Center typically shelters nearly 100 dogs and 30 cats at a time. Both dry and canned dog and cat food will be accepted, as well as rabbit food. No donation is too small. Raw-hide bones will not be accepted.

For additional information or to schedule a donation drop off or pick up, please contact Venessa at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or call (631) 742-4491.

The Filing Deadline for the National Flood Insurance Program is October 29

NEW YORK – The time limit to file proof of loss claims for policyholders affected by Hurricane Sandy is Oct. 29, 2014.

The National Flood Insurance Program (NFIP) usually requires policyholders to submit a fully documented, signed and sworn proof-of-loss claim within 60 days from the date of their loss.

The magnitude of the Sandy disaster is the reason the filing deadline was extended for two years to give policyholders additional time to file claims.

The Proof of Loss document is included in the claims package that documents flood losses. The claims package should include:

  • photos and/or video of the flooding and resulting damage
  • a comprehensive, itemized list of what was damaged
  • receipts, if possible, for damaged items along with any other supporting documents showing the value of what you lost

As for filing, the location is dependent upon who wrote the policy. If a Standard Flood Insurance Policy was issued by a Write Your Own program-participating insurance company, the claimant should contact their insurance agent or the carrier directly to find out the proper address for submitting the Proof of Loss with supporting documentation.

To download a blank NFIP Proof of Loss document: http://www.fema.gov/library/viewRecord.do?id=2545


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Islip Officials Stress Safety for Halloween Weekend

Islip, N.Y. – Islip Town Supervisor Tom Croci and the Islip Town Board are stressing the importance of Halloween safety to local families. On average, twice as many child pedestrians are killed on Halloween compared to other nights throughout the year. Some of the easiest tips to remember, yet some of the most important, include:

• Crossing streets at street corners or crosswalks
• Supervision of children under the age of 12 at all times
• Driving slowly through neighborhoods, taking extra caution at intersections
• Groups should also carry glow-sticks or flashlights to stay visible at night

“Halloween can be a time for fun, but safety has to be a priority for pedestrians and drivers,” said Supervisor Croci. “Everyone has to do their part to ensure that an evening of fun and memorable times doesn’t turn into tragedy.”

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  3. VFW Post #433 Receives Donation from John C. Dunphy Foundation
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  6. Town of Islip Toughens Laws Against Decrepit, Vacant Properties
  7. Town Board Members Celebrate National Breast Cancer Awareness Month
  8. Islip Town’s Annual Apple Festival a Huge Success
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  10. Islip Supervisor Tom Croci and Roberto Clemente, Jr. Joined by Town Board Members to Discuss Recovery & Rebirth at Roberto Clemente Park
  11. Supervisor Croci, Airport Officials Prepare for the Worst of Emergencies at Mandatory Drill
  12. Islip Town Joins Suffolk County, Fire Island Officials In Demand for Fire Island Dune Restoration
  13. Brentwood Overpass Renamed in Honor of Fallen Hero
  14. Islip to Hold Shredding Day for Town Residents
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  17. TOWN OF ISLIP’S OYSTER BAY BOTTOM LEASING PROGRAM TURNING THE GREAT SOUTH BAY INTO A CLEANER OYSTER PARADISE
  18. Islip Town Board Formalizes Language Access Policy
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  20. Jobs Boot Camp Seminars Underway in Islip Town

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