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Senator Tom Croci

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Phone: (631) ***-****  
Email: t***@***.com
Islip Resource Recovery Agency
401 Main Street
Islip , New York 11751
United States

Company Description: The Islip Resource Recovery Agency (IRRA) was authorized by the New York State Legislature and established as a body corporate and politic constituting a public...   more

Employment History

Board Memberships and Affiliations

  • Chair of the Senate Committee On Veterans
    Homeland Security
  • Deputy Executive Secretary
    Homeland Security Council


  • B.S.
    James Madison University
  • J.D.
    The New York Law School
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Welcome to Islip Resource Recovery Agency, 12 Nov 2014 [cached]
Tom Croci, Chairman 631-224-5500
YAPHANK, NY - September 10, 2015 ..., 10 Sept 2015 [cached]
YAPHANK, NY - September 10, 2015 - With Long Island's most efficient, cleanest and most water-conserving power plant as a backdrop, New York State Senator Thomas Croci, Chair of the Senate Committee on Veterans, Homeland Security and Military Affairs, along with leadership from the Building and Construction Trade Council of Nassau and Suffolk Counties, the Coalition for a Brighter Long Island, environmental and clean-energy advocates, and others, renewed calls for Governor Cuomo to insist that LIPA and PSEG-LI move forward with the Caithness II power plant without further delay.
Senator Croci spoke at the rally after touring the existing Caithness plant with Senator Joseph Griffo, Chair of the Senate Energy and Telecommunications Committee.
Yet, nearly 50 percent of Long Island's electricity comes in on cables from off-island sources, which jeopardizes Long Island's independent energy supply," said Senator Croci.
On the Issues - Tom Croci for State Senate, 14 July 2015 [cached]
As a Supervisor Tom has proven he can bring new jobs to our region. As our next State Senator Tom will use his experience to support job creators in Suffolk County. Tom will grow jobs, not government.
After becoming Supervisor Tom learned longtime politicians hide budget problems and impending debt. He was left with a mess. Tom went to work controlling spending and eliminating waste - even merging departments. After revenue adjustments, Islip now pays the lowest homestead property taxes of any community in the region. Tom Croci kept exemptions for Senior Citizens and veterans. Islip's part of property taxes average only 4%. State taxes from Albany, however, are out-ofcontrol. Tom opposes the MTA payroll tax and will work to repeal it. Tom will help stop New York City politicians from driving up Long Island taxes. Tom will ensure our money stays on Long Island for our schools and needs, and doesn't end up in New York City's coffers.
Tom opposes Common Core. Tom will empower parents and teachers to make local education decisions - not some big government bureaucrat with a political agenda in Washington or Albany.
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As a Supervisor Tom has made Islip a leader in Suffolk's long history of protecting the environment. After returning from overseas Tom was outraged to learn illegal dumping had taken place in his town. He immediately said he would hold those accountable responsible and clean it up. He has done so and will continue to do so as our next State Senator. Tom also learned his campaign committee, while he was gone, removed and donated to charity contributions which arrived after he was elected from individuals and organizations who could be involved. Tom was proud of his Committee doing the right thing.
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As a law student, Tom Croci worked in a District Attorney's office helping prosecute crime. As a Navy Reserve Commander, Tom fought to defend our nation. As a Town Supervisor Tom Croci stopped quiet neighborhoods from being overrun by slumlords who used single family homes as dangerous multifamily apartments. Tom Croci will protect our families and push tough laws to find, and punish, violent criminals.
Incorporated Village of Bellport | Bellport, New York, US, 14 Sept 2015 [cached]
Mayor Fell recently contacted New York State Assemblyman Dean Murray and New York State Senator Tom Croci regarding state funding for a Bio-Retention Project on Thornhedge Road and Remediation of Storm Drains at the Highway Yard (please click on the link below each address). Village residents who want to support these projects are asked to contact our State representatives in writing. Their contact information is as follows:
New York State Senator Thomas D. Croci New York State Senate - 3 rd Senate District Legislative Office Building - Room 306 Albany, New York, 12247
Letter to NY State Senator Thomas Croci
New York State Assemblyman Dean Murray New York State Assembly - 3 rd Assembly District Legislative Office Building - Room 430 Albany New York, 12248
News - Tom Croci for State Senate, 19 Sept 2014 [cached]
Municipal and Government Executives Rally to endorse Croci for NYS Senate
Patchogue, NY - Suffolk County Supervisors, Mayors and Government Officials gathered today, Monday, October 27th, on the grounds of Islip Mac Arthur Airport to show solidarity and support for Islip Town Supervisor Tom Croci's candidacy for State Senator for the 3rd Senate District.
Each executive has had the opportunity to work with Tom and are knowledgeable of the strengths and assets that he will bring to the NYS Senate. Each also used the opportunity to communicate their support for Tom and to restate the importance of a Republican majority in the Senate for Long Island.
Collectively, they recognized that the implications of losing a Senate Republican majority are far reaching and none more significant than for Long Island. With its diverse geography, culture and needs and, evidenced by past history, they pointed to Long Island's need for a strong Republican majority and solid Long Island representation to secure its future.
Brookhaven Town Supervisor, Ed Romaine stated, "As a neighboring town supervisor I have worked side by side with Tom on numerous issues.
Tom will be a true leader that is so desperately needed in Albany.
I look forward to continuing to work with Tom on issues affecting the residents of Brookhaven Town as our representatives in Albany. For these reasons and more I am solidly endorsing Tom Croci."
Deputy Sheriff's join other Suffolk Law Enforcement in endorsing Croci for Senate
Patchogue, NY - In a recent meeting of the Executive Board of the Suffolk County Deputy Sheriff's Police Benevolent Association they voted to endorse Tom Croci in his bid to be the next New York State Senator for the 3rd Senate District.
"The safety and security of every resident has always been a priority for me," said Tom Croci. "Knowing Suffolk County's law enforcement community recognizes my efforts to keep people and communities safe and protect their quality of life is an enormous compliment. I will continue to work hard every day to earn this endorsement and their support."
As Islip Town Supervisor Tom recently joined MacArthur Airport officials and local first responders in a full-scale drill that simulated a plane crash at the airport. Local first responders from dozens of fire and ambulance services participated in the exercise, and deployed a variety of specialized equipment. Tom recognizes the need to be prepared for any type of emergency, and by holding drills such as the this he is ensuring that procedures are well-practiced and up to date.
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Croci Endorsed By Suffolk County Association of Municipal Workers SCAME names Tom Croci their choice for Senate - 3rd District Posted by admin1 · October 21, 2014 6:22 PM
Patchogue, NY - The Political Action Committee of the Suffolk County Association of Municipal Employees (SCAME) recently announced Tom Croci as their choice for Senator in the 3rd Senate District.
At its annual screening of candidates the SCAME reviewed individuals from all parties seeking their position on issues that are of extreme importance to their membership. They took particular interest in each candidate's position on worker's rights and creating a workplace environment that enables members to use their skill and experience to provide the best services possible to the residents of Suffolk County.
As the Islip Town Supervisor, Tom created an open door policy and improved morale for employees by ensuring that they were respected and showed gratification, especially when going the extra mile in times of crisis like Super Storm Sandy and the blizzards and nor'easters of last winter. Tom created policies to ensure that all employees did their jobs in a safe and efficient environment by providing the proper tools and equipment. Croci also established an employee portal to provide information and resources available to Town employees.
Town of Islip Supervisor Tom Croci is not the perfect candidate for State Senate, but he's a pretty good one. The biggest knock on the Republican going to Albany is that he will have served only half of his four-year term as supervisor at a time when the town is embroiled in an illegal waste-dumping scandal.
Croci, 42, of Sayville, returned this summer from a year of active duty in the Navy Reserve in Afghanistan, and he will still have a year left in the supervisor's job when the Senate term begins.
On Common Core, Croci sees weaknesses in the implementation that need to be addressed, and suggests waivers for students with learning problems and those who don't speak English. That makes sense. On developing the local economy and controlling taxes, Croci wants to find ways to compensate for the high cost of utilities and transportation for companies.
Running against Croci for the Democrats is Adrienne Esposito, a longtime activist who heads Citizens Campaign for the Environment.
Croci has the personality of a natural consensus builder and he's shown in his fights with Islip GOP leaders that he won't buckle to dishonorable demands from the powerful even when they're his allies.
Newsday endorses Croci.
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Navy Commander and Homeland Security Expert Knows What it Takes to Protect New York, America
Senate Republican Leader Dean G. Skelos today announced he'll tap Navy Reserve Commander and Homeland Security expert Tom Croci to head the State Senate's important Veterans, Homeland Security and Military Affairs Committee, saying he "knows what it takes to protect New York and America."
The Veterans, Homeland Security and Military Affairs Committee has become even more important in light of the worldwide growth of the terrorist group ISIS (Islamic State in Iraq and Syria) and the concerns about how to stop the spread of the Ebola virus. According to experts, New York remains a top target for terrorism. Croci, who has served in the White House Situation Room and as Deputy Executive Secretary of the Homeland Security Council, is ideally suited to play a major role in New York's security response.
Long Island Congressman Peter King made a resounding endorsement of Islip Town Supervisor, Tom Croci for New York State Senate at a press conference today in Sayville.
Accompanied by New York State Senate Majority Co-Leader Dean Skelos, NYS Senator John Flanagan, and dozens of Veterans, Pete King said, " has been an honor and privilege for me to work closely with Tom as Supervisor.
Whether it was going through tough times like hurricanes or other events that require cooperation between the Federal Government and Town Government, Tom was always there putting partisanship aside showing leadership and integrity.
Earlier this month, Tom Croci filed an important and completely justified lawsuit seeking to invalidate Adrienne Esposito's nominating petitions.
"It is astounding that anyone would even consider extending, let alone make permanent, a tax that should never have been enacted in the first place," said Tom Croci, Islip Town Supervisor and Senate Candidate for the 3rd District.
Statement from 3rd Senate District candidate Tom Croci (R,C,I)
Islip Town Supervisor and Candidate for State Senate, Tom Croci, the grandson of immigrants, noted that this legislation does not recognize those hardworking New Yorkers who are struggling to make ends meet themselves, and those Americans who immigrated to our country legally.
Earlier this month, with the urging of the Women for Croci Committee, Croci filed an important and completely justified lawsuit seeking to invalidate Adrienne Esposito's nominating petitions.
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