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I’m so happy you won!!! Congratulations Angie
CONGRATULATIONS!!
Voted today. Had to hold my nose voting for, since I will not vote for a Democrat, and you have raised fees, taxes and looking to add more congestion to the town, with your back door condo deals. Also your failure to address roads in our area. Please prove me wrong should you prevail this November
I had hoped to ask these two questions at the “Meet the Candidates” event last week in Bohemia; however, my questions were not selected to be read (and, of course, the supervisors weren't invited).

Question 1)

While our economy has certainly improved, there is still an unprecedented level of unemployment and underemployment; especially among older workers.

We’re (rightfully) concerned with our youth leaving Long Island, but the middle class of Generation X and Boomers (predominantly home-owners) are extremely at risk, as well.

Job fairs are a joke and there are seemingly no other opportunities for experienced workers to interact with companies (who are predominantly concerned with hiring younger and cheaper – all of which wreaks havoc with residents and property owners).

What will you do to combat this? It’s certainly not entirely in politicians’ arenas, but every little bit helps, of course. Creating events and opportunities for companies and candidates to interact would be of enormous assistance.

Please talk about *your* actionable plans, though; not what your opponent (or the incumbent, if applicable) hasn’t done. Talk about your position and action items.

Question 2)

The Connetquot School District will convene a committee this week to begin analyzing the feasibility of arming its security guards.

Leaving aside the discussion on the need to do that at all – in the Meet the Candidates night, all candidates seemed to support the concept of adding SCPD’s SRO to handle these issues (more SRO are certainly needed); but none said they supported the idea of arming “existing” security guards (primarily retired law enforcement and/or military).

Where do you stand on that front?
Has a great innovating staff. Parks department have kept the parks clean, and so many other factors that keep the parks clean and safe. Has put so many resources into repaving the town roadway ensuring safe roadways for us the customer!!!! Not to forget she has In place a great class of managers that keep manpower and cost at a respectfully cost to us .I am happy to say that all though I have not met Angie she has my vote and full support of helping get the word out. I have in my 37 plus years as highway supervisor ( NOT for the town ) seen what the town has done in the past with our town roadway and parks and can honestly say Angie has out done her predecessor better than any one before her
You got my vote
What do you have to say about your opponent, stating that you want to install parking meters, at the Islip train station, and elsewhere around town?
I am in N. Babylon. Behind my back yard is W. Islip.
PLEASE! We need help.we been complaining for the past 19 years and nothing has been done about it..... nightmare anytime its raining....cars ruined, kids can't go to school, ambulance or emergency vehicles can not get through and much more...we are locate in BRENTWOOD ....39/41/43/45/40/42/46 LORAINE st ...... off Washington Ave.... Please help.....we thank you so much
Go Angie!!!!

Official campaign page for Town of Islip Supervisor Angie M. Carpenter

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01/06/2021

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USA Today’s 10 Best Nominates MacArthur Airport for Best Small Airport Award

Long Island MacArthur Airport is once again, a nominee for the USA Today 10Best Readers’ Choice Awards for Best Small Airport. The nominees were released today and voting is underway through 12 Noon on Monday, February 1. All voting is digital via the 10Best website, and members of the public may cast one vote each day. Winners will be announced February 12, 2021.

“We are honored to be one of the 15 airports selected by a panel of experts. We are hoping our loyal base of travelers and the Long Island community will vote each day,” said Islip Supervisor Angie Carpenter.

The site describes these top facilities as being “smaller, friendlier airports” that “excel with their commercial flight offerings, easy access and amenities.” The small airport category includes airports with fewer than 10 million passengers each year.

“MacArthur Airport is working hard to provide an excellent customer experience,” said Aviation Commissioner Shelley LaRose-Arken. “It’s gratifying that the experts participating in the USA Today 10Best Awards recognize MacArthur’s ability to conveniently serve New York travelers,” she added.

The voting page describes MacArthur Airport as an alternative for airline passengers “wishing to avoid the big, crowded New York area airports (JFK and LaGuardia) will find a peaceful alternative in the town of Islip.”

Voice your choice daily through noon Monday, February 1 at:
https://www.10best.com/awards/travel/best-small-airport-2020/long-island-macarthur-airport-islip-new-york/

09/29/2020

Town of Islip - Government

Town of Islip Brings Back Popular FREE Drive-In Movie Night!

Mark your calendars for two holiday-inspired Drive-In Movie Nights. The Town of Islip Department of Parks, Recreation and Cultural Affairs, and Good Samaritan Hospital, a member of Catholic Health Services, will present Goosebumps on Friday, October 23 at Brookwood Hall, 50 Irish Lane, East Islip.

Gates open at 5:30 PM, show time 7 PM. In December, the Town will present ELF on Friday, December 4, also at Brookwood Hall. Gates open at 5:30 PM, show time 7 PM.
https://islipny.gov/news/announcements/892-town-of-islip-brings-back-popular-drive-in-movie-night

09/25/2020

Town of Islip - Government

MacArthur Airport Reinstalls Silver Defender Antimicrobial Films on High-Touch Surfaces

September 25, 2020 – Long Island MacArthur Airport officials and Silver Defender representatives reapplied state-of-the-art antimicrobial film protection on high-touch surfaces throughout the airport terminal. Silver Defender is a film adhesive containing silver ions that react with germ cells to help keep surfaces disinfected, and is harmless to people and pets.

“Silver Defender guards against germs on high-touch points, and provides another layer of protection for our customers,” said Town of Islip Supervisor Angie Carpenter. “As we recover from the serious effects of COVID-19 on the airline industry and society as a whole, we continue to focus on what people need to feel safe and have peace of mind when they return to travel,” Carpenter added.

Long Island MacArthur Airport is the first airport in the country to put Silver Defender to work on surfaces such as door handles and elevator buttons. The germ-fighting action of the film adhesives continues for up to 90 days. The MacArthur Airport team performed the initial Silver Defender installation this summer, and is currently conducting a second wave of application within the terminal.

“We’re committed to developing a new standard of clean through Silver Defender products and are proud to work closely with Long Island MacArthur Airport on their safety initiatives at such a pivotal time,” said Zeynep “Z” Ekemen, Managing Partner of Silver Defender. “As travelers return to the skies and our sense of a new normal continues to evolve, it’s more important than ever to maintain best practices that keep our communities safe.”

“MacArthur Airport was also the first airport in the world to activate an air and surface pathogen reduction system that is working 24/7 in the terminal,” explained Airport Commissioner, Shelley LaRose-Arken. “Additionally, we have traditional cleaning crews using some of the most effective hospital grade products in the industry. Our goal is to help create a comfortable atmosphere as our customers return to the skies,” she added. Airport officials recently added a touchless vending machine for personal protective equipment (PPE) for travelers who need additional cleaning wipes or who wish to purchase hand sanitizer and other products.

“All of these disinfection methods complement the impeccable cleaning and safety measures onboard aircraft,” said Supervisor Carpenter. “Some of the measures our carriers are using to make customers comfortable include HEPA filters that refresh the air onboard, extra cleaning, temperature checks, open middle seats, and more flexibility with changing travel plans,” she added.

“Our customers and community are extremely respectful of physical distancing, wearing face coverings, and hand washing,” Supervisor Carpenter added. “We are in this together and ready to get back to seeing family and friends, and enjoying travel. The measures the airport and airlines are taking, along with the care and concern of our customers and employees, is helping us move forward together for Long Island,” she said.

longisland.news12.com 07/27/2020

East End: Waterfront dining, Long Island Game Farm and more

longisland.news12.com This week, explore waterfront dining options on the East End with Doug Geed. Plus, check out what's new at the Long Island Game Farm, which recently reopened.

07/12/2020

Town of Islip - Government

Parks Recreation and Cultural Affairs is notifying the public of available Aide positions to provide light housekeeping, laundry, meal preparation, food shopping and errands. This is an independent contractor opportunity serving year round, with flexible hours up to 17 ½ hours weekly. A high school diploma or GED is required, as is a valid NYS driver’s license. Pay is $15.00/hr. Please call 631-595-3520 to inquire.

07/03/2020

After a fun 4th, come out to the Movies Monday July 6th for the family favorite “Cars”!

Thank you Good Samaritan Hospital Medical Center for being our sponsor.

06/30/2020

Free Family Drive-In Movie Night, Mondays and select Fridays through the summer at various locations in Town of Islip! Gates open at 7:00pm, movies start at 8:30pm. Thank you to our sponsor Good Samaritan Hospital Medical Center for making this possible!

06/14/2020

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06/14/2020

Today Sunday June 14 is National Flag Day....Hold your flags high and be proud to be an American. For all those who served and continue to serve, we honor and thank you!

05/28/2020

5/22/2020 Senior Scam Alert PSA

The senior citizen population is easily targeted by phone scam operators, because our seniors are often trusting…they’re sometimes unfamiliar with technology...

05/16/2020

5/2/2020 Supervisor Spotlight

Islip Town Supervisor interviews Dr. Christopher Raio regarding the latest developments in the COVID 19 pandemic

seniorliving.org 05/15/2020

Scams Targeting Older Adults - Updated with COVID-19 Scams - SeniorLiving.org

seniorliving.org Scammers tend to target elderly people with all kinds of schemes, taking advantage of their isolation, ease of trust, higher savings, and lack of tech savvy, among other things.

05/15/2020

Looking forward to hearing from our wonderful elementary school students....🇺🇸

What Does Memorial Day Mean to You?

Memorial Day 2020 is Monday, May 25th. Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, Memorial Day parades and public celebrations have been canceled.

Town Supervisor Angie Carpenter and the Islip Town Board are calling on all elementary school students in the Town of Islip to help make this year a memorable one despite the public health crisis, by telling us what Memorial Day means to them!

"On Memorial Day, we pay tribute to those who served our country with parades, festivities, barbecues and celebrations that traditionally, would bring people together in remembrance," said Islip Supervisor Angie Carpenter. "Although this year will be different, let's honor our Veterans in a new way," she said.

All interested students are encouraged to submit their name, age, school and picture (optional), along with a paragraph explaining what Memorial Day means to them. All submissions will be shared on the Town of Islip's social media channels, to help our Town spread support and admiration for our nation’s heroes.

Please send all paragraphs and photos via email to [email protected], and include “Memorial Day 2020” in the subject line.

Please remember to practice social distancing, wear a mask and maintain good hand hygiene. "We're in this together...just six feet apart," concluded the Supervisor.

05/15/2020

Can’t wait to hear from our wonderful elementary school students....🇺🇸

What Does Memorial Day Mean to You?

Memorial Day 2020 is Monday, May 25th. Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, Memorial Day parades and public celebrations have been canceled.

Town Supervisor Angie Carpenter and the Islip Town Board are calling on all elementary school students in the Town of Islip to help make this year a memorable one despite the public health crisis, by telling us what Memorial Day means to them!

"On Memorial Day, we pay tribute to those who served our country with parades, festivities, barbecues and celebrations that traditionally, would bring people together in remembrance," said Islip Supervisor Angie Carpenter. "Although this year will be different, let's honor our Veterans in a new way," she said.

All interested students are encouraged to submit their name, age, school and picture (optional), along with a paragraph explaining what Memorial Day means to them. All submissions will be shared on the Town of Islip's social media channels, to help our Town spread support and admiration for our nation’s heroes.

Please send all paragraphs and photos via email to [email protected], and include “Memorial Day 2020” in the subject line.

Please remember to practice social distancing, wear a mask and maintain good hand hygiene. "We're in this together...just six feet apart," concluded the Supervisor.

nbcnewyork.com 05/11/2020

NY Airport Is 1st to Use Device That Could Be Game-Changer In Keeping Airports Clean

nbcnewyork.com A new device installed in locations around the small airport could have big implications for air travel and airports of all sizes around the country

islipny.gov 05/08/2020

MacArthur Airport First to Launch Innovative Technology to Sanitize Terminal Areas

islipny.gov “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 Ma...

04/24/2020

This is one of so many small businesses across our town that truly exemplify what community is all about. Stay safe all.

Beloved Bakery Gives Away Free Bread

Stanley's Bakery of East Islip gave away 80 loaves of free Italian bread to local residents in need Thursday. The much-loved bakery has been a fixture in the community for more than 60 years.

Customer favorites include Stanley's soft Italian bread, with or without sesame seeds. "We wanted to give back to our community. You have been so loyal and supportive of our bakery, we want to be able to give back something to you," said Ken Lowman, Stanley's co-owner.

Stanley's Bakery is accepting telephone orders for curbside pick-up during COVID-19, for those customers who do not wish to make in-store purchases.

"It is a testament to the character of our local business community, to see the neverending generosity during this public health crisis," said Islip Supervisor Angie Carpenter.

Joining Ken Lowman is co-owner Linda Horman (l.) and Jamie Carrillo (r).

03/30/2020

A very special thank you to all of our Doctors and Health Care Workers for everything you do - we appreciate all of your hard work and dedication in this difficult time.

03/26/2020

A Message from Supervisor Angie Carpenter

Town of Islip Supervisor Angie Carpenter shares a message of hope, progress and direction in response to the COVID-19 emerging situation.

03/21/2020

Town of Islip - Government

Sanitation Schedule Continues Without Interruption

"I would like to extend a heartfelt ‘Thank You’ to our Town of Islip DEC sanitation collection staff. These men and women continue to work during this COVID-19 crisis, maintaining our normal garbage collection schedule.”--Supervisor Angie Carpenter

03/14/2020

3/14/20

Important COVID-19 information - please watch and share!

03/04/2020

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12/31/2019

May 2020 bring you Health and Prosperity! Happy and Safe New Year to all!

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Merry Christmas

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12/14/2019

Thank you to all the wonderful giving and caring Town of Islip employees who adopted Salvation Army Angels again this year.

Employee Toy Donations Abound for Kids

Town of Islip employees gave generously, as they do each year, to the Salvation Army Angel Tree program. Employees selected their "angels" and purchased gifts according to each child's wish list.

Trucks, trains, clothes, dolls and more were collected for 60 children, and staged in the Supervisor's office until pick up by the Salvation Army.

"Our employees go above and beyond each Christmas, giving so generously to the Salvation Army Angel Tree program," said Islip Supervisor Angie Carpenter. "It truly exemplifies the spirit of giving," she added.

12/01/2019

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11/30/2019

Today is Small Business Saturday - go shop your local merchants and support our businesses!

11/28/2019

Wishing you and your loved ones a Happy Thanksgiving!

11/23/2019

Please consider making someone's holiday season special by donating a gently used coat or new toy.....

11/23/2019

So proud of our Veterans! The American Legion Posts of Islip were honored on their 100th Anniversary, and the United Veterans Beacon House is celebrating its 25th Anniversary. Thank you for your service and thank you to each organization for all you do for our Veterans!

11/23/2019

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11/19/2019

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11/11/2019

Thank you to all who served...Remembering our Veterans today!

11/06/2019

Thank you for your votes and confidence!

11/06/2019

Many thanks for your votes and your confidence! We have so much more to do for the Town of Islip!

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