A Message from the Supervisor

“Welcome to Islip, the 3rd largest town in New York State, but with an endearing small town feel. We are so proud of our town…our beaches, golf courses, marinas, parks, housing opportunities for all, businesses, industrial parks, healthcare and educational institutions including our own Islip MacArthur Airport that provides many job opportunities. I sincerely hope you find this website helpful.” — Angie

Supervisor Carpenter stands with students and the Islip Elks before the 41st Youth in Government Day

June 4th, 2019– Islip Supervisor Angie Carpenter welcomed students to Town Hall as part of the annual Elks’ Youth in Government Day visit. A total of 21 students in 6th and 7th grade from East Islip Middle School and St. Mary’s School took part, visiting the WRAP Recycling Center and the Shellfish Culture Facility.

Councilman Cochrane stands with fellow Veterans

May 29th,2019– Town Councilman John C. Cochrane, Jr. recently met with Nassau County American Legion Member and Past-Commander, Edward G. Aulman and Former Suffolk County VFW Commander and VFW Brentwood Commander, Sabrina Lacey, at Cablevison’s Hauppauge studio, during a taping of the United Veterans Organization of Nassau County’s Veteran’s News.

Supervisor Carpenter rides in a parade float at the West Islip Memorial Day Parade

May 28th, 2019– Hundreds lined the parade route under bright blue skies Monday, for the 65th Annual West Islip American Legion Post 1738 Memorial Day Parade.

The Legion’s float celebrated the 100th Anniversary of the American Legion. The West Islip High School Marching Band was outstanding, and Taps was beautifully performed by Ryan. All joined in recognizing John, a special WWII Veteran.

Supervisor Carpenter stands with the children of Det. Thomas as they hold the bridge dedication sign and his photograph

May 22nd, 2019– The 5th Ave. bridge over the Southern State Parkway was renamed the Detective John E. Thomas Sr. Memorial Bridge in honor of the late detective. The Bay Shore native, who previously served in the United States Navy during WWII, began his career in law enforcement in the Brightwaters Police Department, and was the first African American policeman in the Suffolk County Police Department.

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