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Islip Town Democratic Committee

P.O. Box 164

Bay Shore, New York 11706

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The presentations were at the behest of Supervisor Tom Croci, who is dealing with a projected $26 million deficit.
When Islip Supervisor Tom Croci recently asked town residents for input on closing the $26 million budget deficit, hundreds of residents responded.
"Hi Tom, I read your facebook message, you have every right to raise all tax payers 10-15 (dollars) per month to get out of this mess," wrote Larry Farrell, 48, a sales consultant from Ronkonkoma and registered Republican who voted for Croci.

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NY State Senator Tom Croci visited the Bellport Village Department of Public Works on November 24, 2015. He is pictured above with Mayor Ray Fell as they inspect the progress of the construction of a Salt and Sand Shed. The Senator awarded the Village $93,800 to build the shed and for road repairs. The Village is very appreciative for Senator Croci's support.

ISLIP TOWN-The Islip Town Board Meeting ... [cached]

ISLIP TOWN-The Islip Town Board Meeting on Tuesday afternoon marked the final one of the year and the last ever for Supervisor Tom Croci, who will assume a new position in the State Senate starting in January.

"I'm also frustrated with the slow pace of the DEC," responded Croci. "Thank you for keeping the pressure on, and I will do the same from wherever I'm sitting." During the public comment portion of the meeting, a few individuals came forward to offer critical takes on Croci and the town board's overall impact on the Town of Islip.
Croci disagreed with much of Hafele's statements, stating that the tax increases were due to an inherited budget deficit from the prior administration. He remarked on Hafele's point regarding questionable personnel changes. "Our employees are fingerprinted, and they are what they are," said Croci.
Croci, however, was not interested in discussing his legacy. "Part of the problem in government is that people who get into elected office look to see about their legacy instead of doing the job and making hard decisions," said Croci. "I'm not looking for a legacy in public office. I'm looking to fix broken things and I want to make the process better so that people get served better." At the end of the meeting, Croci took a few minutes to give his parting words to the employees and residents of the Town of Islip. "It's been an education and a great privilege to serve as chief executive of this town," said Croci. "I can tell you that when we came to town hall in 2012, it was dark, cold, and messy. It was something that required the windows to be open and the light to be let it. Physically, the town looks better, and financially, the town is in better shape." Croci also noted that he believes 2015 will be a "banner" year for MacArthur Airport and the Foreign Trade Zone, and that he believes the future of the town is looking bright. "I hope we've laid a lot of seeds in the last few years that will come to fruition next year," said Croci.
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During a State of the Town Address at town hall, Croci made his first public remarks on the scandal since he returned and pledged to review actions by the town board during his yearlong absence.

He made a special apology for the dumping in Brentwood's Roberto Clemente Park, one of four dumping sites being investigated by the Suffolk County district attorney's office and a centerpiece in the redevelopment of the mostly Latino community.
"I apologize on behalf of the Town of Islip for what has transpired in [the park] and in town hall during my deployment," he said. "The situation is abhorrent, and I share the anger, the embarrassment, the frustration of our families, our friends and our neighbors at the failure of leadership and oversight by some in our town while I was overseas."
A U.S. Navy commander and Republican, Croci returned July 2 from active duty as an intelligence officer. Croci had left his party in charge -- the board has three GOP members and one Conservative party member.
In a statement, the four town board members said, "We look forward to educating Supervisor Croci on what has transpired in his absence ...
Croci announced measures to increase accountability, including a review of the town board's actions during his deployment.
"I will report back to the residents as necessary to examine these decisions. If they do not comport with the high standards that our residents -- our bosses -- expect from their government, you will know about it," he said.
He also said the ethics code will be bolstered with stiffer penalties for political activity conducted by town employees during their workdays, and the town board will no longer be directly involved with sales of public property.
During his deployment, the board approved the change of zone application on an East Islip town parcel that the town negotiated to sell in 2012, part of an initiative headed by councilwoman Bergin Weichbrodt and unanimously approved by Croci and the board.
Croci compared the town's status to recovering from superstorm Sandy -- offering opportunities to rebuild stronger and better.
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ISLIP TOWN-The Islip Town Board Meeting ... [cached]

ISLIP TOWN-The Islip Town Board Meeting on Tuesday afternoon marked the final one of the year and the last ever for Supervisor Tom Croci, who will assume a new position in the State Senate starting in January.

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