Supervisor Tom Croci

Islip Town Officials Meet with Sayville Leaders to Better Community

ISLIP, NY – Islip Town Supervisor Tom Croci and Councilman Steve Flotteron met with Sayville community leaders to plan upcoming efforts to better the hamlet of Sayville. This group of dedicated residents, businesspeople and elected officials consists of members of the Town of Islip’s IDA, Planning Department, and Department of Environmental Control, as well as members of community organizations such as the Sayville Chamber of Commerce, Sayville Rotary, Sayville Historical Society, Sayville Village Improvement Society and more. The goal of this group is to assess the hamlet of Sayville and improve it in any way possible to ensure its safety, beautification, and success for those who live and visit the Sayville community.


Town of Islip’s Annual Fall S.T.O.P. Day Disposes of More Than 15 Tons of Unwanted Waste

{Socialbuttons}ISLIP, NY – The Town of Islip held its annual Fall S.T.O.P. Day (Stop Throwing Out Pollutants) on Saturday, September 20th, where residents dropped off unwanted hazardous waste at the Town’s Multi-purpose Recycling Facility in Holbrook. 510 cars drove through dropping off unwanted waste, adding up to a total of 31,040 pounds, or 15.52 tons. 18,920 pounds, over 9 tons, of hazardous materials, 6960 pounds of E-waste, 3680 pounds of oil, and 1480 pounds worth of propane tanks were dropped off in only a five hour time frame.

“This is a great service that the Town of Islip is able to offer to our residents in effort to keep our homes, neighborhoods, and community safe, clean and healthy,” said Islip Town Supervisor Tom Croci.

For more information on disposal of hazardous or unwanted waste, please contact the Town’s Department of Environmental Control at (631) 595-3630.



EAST ISLIP, NY (Sept. 24, 2014) — Islip Town Supervisor Tom Croci and members of the Town Board joined with local bay men today to mark the recovery of oystering on the Great South Bay and mark the beginning of the fall harvest season.

Speaking at press conference at the former town shellfish hatchery in East Islip, now operated privately as Great Atlantic Shellfish Farms, officials and bay men provided evidence of the rebirth of an industry, once vital to the town’s South Shore villages, and the promise of cleaner waters in the Great South Bay, thriving small businesses, more jobs and increased revenues for the town treasury.

“Our two-year-old bay bottom-leasing program has allowed us to serve as good stewards of the precious natural resource known as Great South Bay and provides us with a growing source of revenue for the town. With our aquaculture program we have turned the tide back toward Blue point oysters. The town of Islip, with those who lease our bay bottoms, are bringing true blue point oysters back to the marketplace,” said Town Supervisor Tom Croci. “The Town of Islip is single handedly bringing the Blue Point oyster back to the marketplace. I would like to thank Councilman Flotteron for getting this effort started and applaud Town Board member John C. Cochrane,Jr. for spearheading our effort to privatize the hatchery and lease our bay bottom.”


Islip Town Board Formalizes Language Access Policy

Islip, NY – The Islip Town Board today voted to formalize its Language Access Policy in an effort to accommodate all Islip Town residents, regardless of the language they speak. The formal policy calls for the Division of Constituent Services to ensure that interpreter services can be available to accommodate constituents who require language interpretation assistance. Many of these practices have long been in place in the Town, but will be further executed and promoted to the public via the Town’s official website, social media sites, and e-alert services.

“It is of great importance that we are able to communicate to all our residents and visitors to Islip. These language services will offer us the opportunity to convey vital information to all,” said Islip Town Supervisor Tom Croci.

For those in need of interpreter services who wish to speak at a public meeting, it is requested that the resident contact Constituent Services at least one week prior to the meeting, so that arrangements can be made to have an interpreter of the appropriate language present. Constituent Services can be reached at (631) 224-5380.

Business Advocacy Group to Hold “Business Power” Breakfast

Islip, N.Y. – The Long Island Metro Business Action (LIMBA) organization will host a “Islip Town Update-Business Power” breakfast on Friday, September 26th at 8:00 a.m. The breakfast will bring together different elements of Long Island’s business community, and will feature a discussion with Town of Islip Supervisor Tom Croci. The event is being sponsored by Islip’s Office of Economic Development, the Islip Foreign Trade Zone, and Covanta. 

The breakfast will take place at the Clarion Hotel, 3845 Veterans Hwy, Ronkonkoma. This event is open to the public, but attendees must register beforehand. To RSVP, please call 631-757-1698 or visit

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