Supervisor Tom Croci

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


FEMA’s mission is to support our citizens and first responders to ensure that as a nation we work together to build, sustain, and improve our capability to prepare for, protect against, respond to, recover from, and mitigate all hazards.

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New York Sandy Recovery Center
Oct. 22, 2014
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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.”

Islip Officials Mark Ground Breaking for Town’s First CNG Facility That Will Reduce Pollution and Bring Town Revenues

Ronkonkoma, New York — Town of Islip Supervisor Tom Croci and fellow Town Board members were joined today by executives of Clean Energy Fuels Corp., to break ground on the Town’s first municipal compressed natural gas (CNG) fueling facility at the MacArthur Resource Recovery Facility in Ronkonkoma. 

The $2 million facility, located on 2 acres at the MacArthur Waste-to-Energy Facility at 4001 Veterans Memorial Highway, adjacent to Islip MacArthur Airport, will be fully funded by the operator, Clean Energy, and when completed, will reduce the amount of greenhouse gases that refuse collection trucks in the Town produce, while also providing the Town with a new source of revenues. The CNG station is the latest of Islip’s initiatives to further environmental awareness and preservation.

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Islip Animal Shelter Celebrates Adopt a Senior Pet Month with Free Senior Pet Adoptions

Bay Shore, NY – Islip Animal Shelter and Adopt-a-Pet Center will celebrate National Adopt a Senior Pet Month throughout the month of November, by offering FREE senior pet adoptions on any animal six years of age or older. The shelter’s non-profit volunteer group, Live.Love.Bark, will pay any senior pet adoption fees for those approved for adoption so long as the application is filed between November 1st and 30th. The standard adoption process will still apply. Interested individuals who rent will be required to provide a notarized letter from their landlord stating they are allowed to house and care for the animal not matter breed or size.

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VFW Post #433 Receives Donation from John C. Dunphy Foundation

Islip, N.Y. – Islip Town Supervisor Tom Croci was recently part of a ceremony at the Sayville VFW Post #433 that honored veterans from each of the United States’ armed conflicts since World War Two. To thank the Sayville VFW members for their service to their country and the community, the John C. Dunphy Foundation graciously donated $10,000 to the VFW Post.

“Our local VFW and American Legion Posts do so much great work in our communities, for veterans and for non-veterans, and they deserve our support,” said Supervisor Croci, who is a member of VFW Post #433. “We heartily thank the John C. Dunphy Foundation for consistently supporting our community’s veterans.”

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