Among the items addressed at the Islip Town Board meeting, one resident stood up and announced his candidacy for a position on the board. Read about it here.
The Suffolk County Legislature has a way to get around the loss of SALT deductions. Read about it here.
Sayville/West Sayville restaurants will kick off the Town of Islip's 335th birthday celebration for the month of May with restaurant specials.
Sayville Chamber of Commerce will be celebrating the new season with the annual Spring Fest in Gillette Park. Chamber president Eileen Tyznar said there would be some repeat attractions, such as the stilt walker, a juggler, a magician, and the Mad Science booth with lots of princesses and superheroes walking around.
A parking lot on N. Main Street, adjacent to the Sayville Plaza, has been closed off since Monday, April 1. The Town of Islip used to lease the property in order to provide extra parking spaces for Main Street businesses. But, a little over a year ago, the town stopped doing so explaining that the owner’s property taxes were in arrears.
A resident of an Oakdale Co-Op complex is trying to keep a cat colony. Read here why that’s in jeopardy.
Read here about why there’s a disagreement between SC comptroller Kennedy and deputy county exec Scully.
The SCPD is serious about making sure illegally tinted windows don’t pass inspection. Read here why they’re doing that.
Supervisor Angie Carpenter announced at the town board meeting that there would be a public hearing held to discuss Islip’s policy should the state legalize recreational cannabis.
Legislator Bill Lindsay recently attended a civic meeting where he explained how certain areas of the Oakdale community will get sewers. Read about it here
On Tuesday April 2, head on out to your local library to vote on budgets and trustees. Read the details here.
The leaders of both Nassau and Suffolk County as well as veterans organizations hope to convince NYS to reinstate funding for mental health services for suffering veterans.
Islip Town Supervisor Angie Carpenter gave a State of the Town address where she highlighted all accomplishments made in the Town and outlined the plans that are ahead.
Many local residents have fallen prey to scammers. Read about how they have infiltrated our lives.
The cost of removing chemicals from drinking water is expensive, but SCWA is determined to get it done.
Michael Grief was charged with multiple assault charges last week