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Islip Town Submits Official Commentary for Ronkonkoma HUB Redevelopment Project

ISLIP, NY--Comments and public meeting minutes from a recent residents’ forum hosted by the Islip Town Board were officially submitted to the Town of Brookhaven today for inclusion and consideration during the Ronkonkoma Hub redevelopment project DSGEIS comment period.

“We look forward to working closely with the Town of Brookhaven in the future and thank our residents for their participation in the process by sharing their thoughts for the record,” said Councilwoman Trish Bergin Weichbrodt. “Opportunities to allow our residents to have a voice in this significant land use project create a collaborative public process and help to build consensus in the region. In Islip, as in Brookhaven, we value the input of our residents and strive to achieve transparency in local government.”

Official comments are available for public viewing at the Islip Town Clerk’s office at 655 Main Street, Islip NY.

Councilman Flotteron, Local Officials Honor Longtime Fireman

Islip, NY – Islip Town Councilman Steve Flotteron recently joined several local officials at a ceremony honoring Nick Campson of the Sayville Fire Department. Mr. Campson has been a staple of the Sayville Fire Department for decades, and his years of experience have helped shape the careers of countless firefighters who have served under his tutelage.

Pictured (left to right): Assemblyman Andrew Garbarino; State Senator Phil Boyle; Nick Campson; Councilman Steve Flotteron; County Legislator William Lindsey, Jr.


 Funds will be used towards major traffic and safety improvements in downtown Bay Shore from train station to ferry terminals

Islip, NY - Another piece of the puzzle in the revitalization of downtown Bay Shore will be put into place in the coming months, thanks to the visioning of Islip Town Councilman John C. Cochrane, Jr., who is spearheading a multi-beneficial project that will see significant improvements on Fourth/Maple Avenue, from the Bay Shore Train Station to the ferry terminals at Maple Avenue Dock. Cochrane’s efforts were recently bolstered with the announcement that Islip Town has been approved for $1.6 million in funding from the New York State Department of Transportation’s Transportation Enhancement Program [TEP], to be used solely for this project.



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