TNR Program Public Comments

The public comment period for the draft TNR Program Policies and Procedures ended on Friday, July 8th. The DEC received nine (9) sets of responsive, well written comments and Commissioner Heil anticipates incorporating these comments and suggestions into the draft document. It is estimated that this process should take approximately one week, before it’s ready for final review.

As there were many comments relating to program funding, the Commissioner will be requesting a current opinion from the Town Attorney on the funding issue and include the formal opinion in the final Policies and Procedures document.


Officials, Business Community, Unite to Promote Opportunities for Overseas Firms

Director of Economic Development William Mannix at podium with Elected officials representing Nassau and Suffolk Counties

Elected officials representing Nassau and Suffolk Counties came together with members of the business community and the Association for a Better Long Island (ABLI) this week, to announce the creation of a public-private task force, whose mission it is to identify London based corporations seeking a “safe-haven” in the New York metropolitan area in the aftermath of the United Kingdom’s decision to leave the European Union (Brexit).

Pictured left to right are:  Jack O’Connor, Newmark Grubb Knight Frank; Laureen Harris, President of the ABLI; Nassau County Executive Ed Mangano; William Mannix, Executive Director, Town of Islip Industrial Development Agency; Hempstead Town Supervisor Tony Santino; Babylon Town Councilman Tony Martinez; Theresa Ward, Chief Deputy Commissioner for Suffolk County’s Department of Economic Development & Planning & a past ABLI President; Ed Blumenfeld, BDG, and Bennett Rechler, We’re Group and ABLI Executive Board Member.


New Carbon Monoxide Legislation Takes Effect June 28th

The Town of Islip wants to remind commercial business owners that tomorrow is the deadline to comply with the new New York State Carbon Monoxide legislation that was passed in June 2015.


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.


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.

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