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Victor Montanez III Joins the Village Board as a Trustee

During its October 4 board meeting, the Village of Islandia announced that Victor Montanez III has joined the Village Board as its new Trustee. He replaces Barbara Lacey, who is relocating elsewhere.

A 49-year Village resident, Mr. Montanez has been employed as an Information Technology (IT) specialist at the State University of New York at Stony Brook for the past 17 years. He also owns his own IT firm, Gemini Total Solutions, based in Islandia. Prior to this, he was a Business Manager and Director for Phibro Animal Health in Fort Lee, New Jersey. His duties included serving as an assistant to the Chief Information Officer and handling domestic and international business matters.

Mr. Montanez is a graduate of Suffolk County Community College in Selden, New York, where he earned his Associate of Arts and Science degree in Business. He is currently enrolled at SUNY-Stony Brook as a Business major.

His father, Victor Montanez, Jr., is a member of the Francis S. Midura Veterans of Foreign Wars Post #12144. In September, the younger Victor Montanez served as a Guardian for his father during the Honor Flight, in which war veterans are escorted during visits to the Lincoln Memorial, the Vietnam Veterans Memorial and Arlington National Cemetery.  

Joe Prokop (right), Village Attorney, Village of Islandia, swears in Victor Montanez III (left) as the new Village Trustee during the village’s board meeting on October 4.

Mr. Montanez is married and has two daughters.

For more information, call 631-348-1133, or visit www.newvillageofislandia.com.

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Incorporated in 1985, the Village of Islandia is home to over 3,000 residents and over 1,300 businesses. The village’s proximity to New York City and the North and South shores of Long Island makes Islandia an attractive destination for residents and businesses who may be thinking of relocating to Long Island.  For more information, please visit www.newvillageofislandia.com.

Winners Announced at Tenth Annual Half Hollow Hills Invitational

Twenty-One Teams Participated in Postseason Tournament

[HAUPPAUGE, NEW YORK] — On October 29, twenty-one teams from Long Island competed in the Tenth Annual Half Hollow Hills Invitational at Half Hollow Hills West High School in Dix Hills. The Invitational was presented by the Half Hollow Hills School District, with support from FIRST (For Inspiration and Recognition of Science and Technology) Long Island.

This year’s winning alliance consisted of the following teams: Team #263 “Sachem Aftershock” from Sachem High School, Team #870 “Team R.I.C.E.” from Southold High School, and Team #2869 “Bethpage Regal Eagles” from Bethpage High School. The runners-up were Team #3171 “Hurricanes” from Westhampton Beach Senior High School, Team #5736 “Kingsmen” from Kings Park High School, and Team #6423 “Iron Patriots” from Ward Melville High School.

This year’s challenge was RAPID REACTSM presented by The Boeing Company, in which two competing alliances are invited to process cargo for transportation. Each alliance is assigned a cargo color to process by retrieving their assigned cargo and scoring it into the hub. Human players assist the cargo retrieval and scoring efforts from within their terminals. In the final moments of each match, alliance robots race to engage with their hangar to prepare for transport.

For more information, visit www.firstlongisland.org.

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About FIRST®

Accomplished inventor Dean Kamen founded FIRST® (For Inspiration and Recognition of Science and Technology) in 1989 to inspire an appreciation of science and technology in young people. Based in Manchester, N.H., FIRST designs accessible, innovative programs to build self-confidence, knowledge, and life skills while motivating young people to pursue opportunities in science, technology, and engineering. With support from over 200 of the Fortune 500 companies and more than $50 million in college scholarships, the not-for-profit organization hosts the FIRST® Robotics Competition for students in Grades 9-12; FIRST® Tech Challenge for Grades 7-12; and FIRST® LEGO® League for Grades PreK-8. Gracious Professionalism® is a way of doing things that encourages high-quality work, emphasizes the value of others, and respects individuals and the community. To learn more about FIRST, go to www.firstinspires.org

 

 

About FIRST Long Island

FIRST (For Inspiration and Recognition of Science and Technology) Long Island is a fully volunteer-run 501(c)(3) non-profit organization founded in 1984 by Fred Breithut with the goal of developing partnerships between local high schools and businesses. His goal was to provide students with practical experience and curriculum development, while helping the business community develop its future workforce, which resulted in the formation of over 100 partnerships. In 1999, the inaugural FIRST Long Island robotics tournament featured just eight FIRST® Robotics Competition high school teams. Since then, the Long Island Regional FIRST® Robotics Competition has grown to two events with over 80 teams competing each year. FIRST® Long Island also hosts its annual FIRST® LEGO League Qualifying and Championship Tournaments and the FIRST® LEGO League Junior Expos, in which over 2,000 elementary and middle school students from Nassau and Suffolk Counties take part each year. In 2016, the FIRST® Tech Challenge was added to its roster of programs. For more information about the programs, or to learn how to become a sponsor, visit www.firstlongisland.org.

Two Brothers Scrap Metal Collects 4,240 Pounds of Unused and Unwanted Electronics at Mineola Middle School’s eWaste Drive

Two Brothers Scrap Metal donated the use of a container for Mineola Middle School’s eWaste Drive, which was held on October 28. The drive brought in 4,240 pounds of electronic waste. Residents came to the school to drop off their unwanted and unused computers, hard drives, printers, flatscreen TVs, chargers and other items.

The purpose of the drive was to help the environment by disposing of electronics that are either no longer being used or do not work anymore; recycling electronic waste keeps it from winding up in landfills. Last year, the school held two drives: one on April 23, 2021, which was rescheduled from October 2020 due to COVID and coincided with Earth Day weekend, and another on October 28, 2021. Two Brothers collected 13,380 pounds of unwanted electronics during those two events.

Two Brothers has participated in the eWaste Drive for the past six years. During that time, the company has hauled away 46,500 pounds — more than 21 tons — of electronic waste. The staff at Mineola Middle School thanked Two Brothers for its support.

For more information, call (631) 694-8188 or visit www.twobrothersscrapmetal.com.

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About Two Brothers Scrap Metal

Located in Farmingdale, New York, Two Brothers Scrap Metal offers some of the highest scrap metal prices in the tri-state area for aluminum, copper, brass, lead, steel and stainless steel. Two Brothers also accepts and pays out lithoplates, lithofilm, goldenrod, x-rays, radiators, wire and batteries. Other services include free roll-off service, container service, walk-in service, radio dispatched lift-gate trucks, drum and drum handling equipment, personal handling of payment and residential and commercial pick-up service. For more information, call (631) 694-8188 or visit www.twobrothersscrapmetal.com.

Village of Islandia Recognizes Those Who Served Our Country during Veterans Day Ceremony

On November 5, the Village of Islandia held its annual Veterans Day ceremony at the Veterans Memorial Triangle. Mayor Allan M. Dorman, who served in the U.S. Marine Corps during the Vietnam War, was joined by village board members, local war veterans and members of the Lakeland and Hauppauge Fire Departments to honor those who served and continue to serve in the armed forces.

During the ceremony, Mayor Dorman asked those in attendance to remember those local residents who served in the military and have since passed on. He also recognized all the local veterans; groups that were in attendance. An invocation was delivered by Tom Brauner, Chaplain, Col. Francis S. Midura Veterans of Foreign Wars Post #12144.

For more information, call (631) 348-1133 or visit www.newvillageofislandia.com.

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Incorporated in 1985, the Village of Islandia is home to over 3,300 residents and over 1,300 businesses. The village’s proximity to New York City and the North and South shores of Long Island make Islandia an attractive destination for residents and businesses who may be thinking of relocating to Long Island. For more information, please visit www.newvillageofislandia.com.

Tenth Annual Half Hollow Hills Invitational Demonstrates STEM-Fueled Excitement Among Local School Districts

Postseason Competition Highlights Benefits of Robotics Programs for Students, Local Businesses and the Community

On Saturday, October 29, the Half Hollow Hills (HHH) School District will present the Tenth Annual Half Hollow Hills Invitational at the district’s west campus located at 375 Wolf Hill Road in Dix Hills. The event begins at 8:30 a.m. and the games will begin at approximately 9:00 a.m.

As one of many robotics programs supported by FIRST® (For Inspiration and Recognition of Science and Technology) Long Island for promoting STEM (science, technology, engineering and mathematics) education, the HHH Invitational is designed to demonstrate the benefits of robotics programs to students, schools, communities and local businesses.

During the event, students and coaches from 24 Long Island school districts will participate in an exciting and engaging learning environment that enhances problem-solving skills, cooperation and teamwork. Participating teams will compete under the rules and guidelines of the 2022 FIRST Robotics Competition challenge, dubbed RAPID REACTSM Presented by The Boeing Company, and showcase their robots that performed in the Long Island Regionals earlier this year. During the Invitational, two three-team alliances will bring their robots to the playing field to solve a variety of problems to score points and win rounds.

Residents, teachers, administrators and business leaders from the surrounding areas are invited to attend and discover first-hand the benefits that FIRST Robotics programs provide students. This event is also the perfect opportunity for schools and organizations interested in starting a team to meet with FIRST Long Island leaders and speak with participants to gather more information.

This postseason event commemorates the end of the 2022 FRC season on Long Island. Following the Invitational, teams will start to prepare for next season, which kicks off on January 7, 2023.

For more information on FIRST Long Island or the HHH Invitational, or to become a sponsor, please visit www.firstlongisland.org.

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About FIRST® 
Accomplished inventor Dean Kamen founded FIRST® (For Inspiration and Recognition of Science and Technology) in 1989 to inspire an appreciation of science and technology in young people. Based in Manchester, N.H., FIRST designs accessible, innovative programs to build self-confidence, knowledge, and life skills while motivating young people to pursue opportunities in science, technology, and engineering. With support from over 200 of the Fortune 500 companies and more than $50 million in college scholarships, the not-for-profit organization hosts the FIRST® Robotics Competition for students in Grades 9-12; FIRST® Tech Challenge for Grades 7-12; and FIRST® LEGO® League for Grades PreK-8. Gracious Professionalism® is a way of doing things that encourages high-quality work, emphasizes the value of others, and respects individuals and the community. To learn more about FIRST, go to www.firstinspires.org

 

 

About FIRST® Long Island

FIRST® (For Inspiration and Recognition of Science and Technology) Long Island is a fully volunteer-run 501(c)(3) non-profit organization founded in 1984 by Fred Breithut with the goal of developing partnerships between local high schools and businesses. His goal was to provide students with practical experience and curriculum development, while helping the business community develop its future workforce, which resulted in the formation of over 100 partnerships. In 1999, the inaugural FIRST® Long Island robotics tournament featured just eight FIRST® Robotics Competition high school teams. Since then, the Long Island Regional FIRST® Robotics Competition has grown to two events with over 80 teams competing each year. FIRST® Long Island also hosts its annual FIRST® LEGO League Qualifying and Championship Tournaments and the FIRST® LEGO League Junior Expos, in which over 2,000 elementary and middle school students from Nassau and Suffolk Counties take part each year. In 2016, the FIRST® Tech Challenge was added to its roster of programs. For more information about the programs, or to learn how to become a sponsor, visit www.firstlongisland.org.

Suffolk County District Attorney Ray Tierney Discusses Tackling the Gang Violence and Drug Epidemic at LIMBA

Ray Tierney, Suffolk County District Attorney, was the guest speaker at the September 23rd LIMBA (Long Island Metro Business Action) meeting. During the presentation, he talked about how his office is addressing gangs, violent crime and the prevalence of illicit drugs in the county.

On the issue of gun violence, Mr. Tierney said that 50% of all incidents take place within a 22-square-mile area of Suffolk County in eight communities, including Wyandanch, Bay Shore and Brentwood, among others. Eighty percent of all “shots fired” cases do not get reported, much of which can be attributed to gang violence. He said nobody calls 911 out of fear of retribution (or deportation if they are an undocumented immigrant). He also said that “a tremendous amount of gang violence and gun violence” goes “underreported” by local politicians, which is wrong. “It’s malpractice to ignore that.”

When he came into office in January, his first priority was to establish a Gang Unit in which investigators from his office work with federal and Suffolk law enforcement to “target the drivers of violence.” He also reinstated the Shot Spotter program, which can measure the location and trajectory to which a bullet was fired. That data is sent to local law enforcement so they can determine where the shots came from. When shots are fired, police are notified so they can respond and investigate. Very often, the shots fired are not reported for fear of retribution.

Mr. Tierney said his office has also provided outreach to several communities plagued by gang violence. “They were very receptive of this,” he said. “These residents want a stronger police presence in their neighborhoods.”

When he was a federal prosecutor, Mr. Tierney prosecuted 87 members of the MS-13 gang. As Suffolk DA, he discussed the recent prosecution of an MS-13 gang member for the shooting death of an 18th Street Gang member; the bullet went through the victim’s head and into the upper chest of a store employee. The employee initially didn’t want to testify because of fear of deportation, so the Suffolk DA’s office obtained a work visa for her and relocated her family to a safe location.

Another topic Mr. Tierney discussed was the drug epidemic in Suffolk County. “Suffolk County leads New York State in opioid deaths,” he said. “That is unacceptable.”

The most prevalent illicit drug that is increasingly causing the most deaths is fentanyl, which, Mr. Tierney said, is blended into other drugs such as cocaine. “It’s 100 times stronger than morphine,” he said. “This is killing our kids.”

The problem with prosecuting cases regarding fentanyl, according to Mr. Tierney, is the “arcane” set of laws in New York State which lists which drugs can be subject to prosecution. He said a drug dealer can be prosecuted for selling cocaine, but if apprehended with fentanyl, the dealer cannot be prosecuted under state law, and would require federal assistance, which is not always possible. To get the state Legislature to toughen the drug laws, the DA hired Maureen McConnell, a former Nassau County Assistant District Attorney, to lobby state legislators to update and revise state law to make it possible to prosecute drug-related and other crimes.

“We have to tell our state legislators, ‘Stop paying lip service on public safety and start doing something about it,” he said. “Give me the tools I need to do my job.”

Mr. Tierney was elected Suffolk DA in 2021. He served as a Suffolk County Assistant District Attorney for 14 years and spent eleven years as Assistant U.S. Attorney in the U.S. District Attorney’s Office in its Criminal Division. Prior to running for Suffolk DA, he was Executive District Attorney in the Kings County District Attorney’s Office. Throughout his career, he prosecuted thousands of cases. He has been honored for his work, receiving the Federal Law Enforcement Association Prosecutor of the Year Award, the FBI Long Island Gang Task Force Meritorious Service Award, Federal Agent’s True American Hero Award, the Southampton Town Police Department’s Full Court Press Prosecution Award and the Suffolk County District Attorney’s Office Distinguished Trial Advocacy Award.

For more information about upcoming LIMBA programs, visit https://limba.net.

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About LIMBA

Since 1968, LIMBA (Long Island Metro Business Action) has been Long Island’s catalyst for economic investment and improvement, sponsoring lively breakfast forums featuring Long Island business activists and government officials. Its mission is to promote and address issues that affect the quality of life on Long Island. For more information, call (631) 757-1698 or visit www.limba.net.

James McPeak Says Assisted Living Workers Should Also be Eligible for NYS Healthcare Worker Bonus Program

[Patchogue, New York] — When the state announced a special program in which healthcare employees will receive bonuses for their hard work during the COVID-19 pandemic, The Empire State Association for Assisted Living (ESAAL) noticed that those who worked at privately run assisted living facilities will be ineligible. Now, they are calling on the state to include them in the program. James McPeak, Owner, McPeak’s Assisted Living, says he is taking up ESAAL’s stance, arguing that assisted living facility employees have worked just as hard as those employed at hospitals, nursing homes and other healthcare facilities, and were absolutely essential in keeping many more of the elderly and infirm out of hospitals and alive throughout the pandemic.

On August 3, Governor Kathy Hochul announced the allocation of $1.3 billion for the program, which is being included in the 2023 state budget. The money will be used to recruit and retain certain healthcare and mental hygiene workers in an effort to increase the state’s healthcare workforce by 20% over a five-year period. Based on the number of hours worked during a consecutive six-month period, employees can earn bonuses of up to $3,000. Only those who earn less than $125,000 a year (not including other bonuses or overtime pay) are eligible.

Mr. McPeak says that, when the COVID-19 lockdown took place in 2020, the employees followed protocols that were mandated by the state Health Department and constantly communicated with each other throughout the pandemic while safeguarding the residents’ health and safety. Their efforts were recognized by ESAAL. “The staff at McPeak’s worked tirelessly and courageously throughout COVID,” he says. “This program epitomizes the disregard that our government ignores about affordable private-pay adult homes.”

Because McPeak’s is a private-pay facility, they do not accept Medicaid recipients, thereby making their employees ineligible for the bonus program. Mr. McPeak says he is always told that assisted living facilities like his are flush with cash, but that is not the case. “We are hurting just like most other small businesses,” he says. “We, and our residents, cannot sustain the increased cost of doing business in a state that continues to ignore us while providing relief to other healthcare settings. This is patently unfair.”

For more information about McPeak’s Assisted Living, call (631) 475-0445 or visit www.mcpeaks.com.

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About McPeak’s Assisted Living

Founded in 1956 by James and Katherine McPeak, both Registered Nurses, McPeak’s is an assisted living facility that provides outstanding service, at a reasonable cost, to adults and the elderly based on the philosophy that it is our community’s responsibility to preserve the health, safety, comfort and general welfare of our elderly and infirm residents. Residents live in a comfortable homelike setting in a former mansion first built in 1924 that has been updated to include numerous safety features and modern amenities. Smoke and fire protection systems and a new elevator provide a safe alternative to living alone. A trained staff handles supervision for 24 hours per day, 365 days per year. Activities, specialized diets and medication management are also provided.

The Sankara Eye Foundation Hosts Be the Light Gala on September 24

Fundraising Event Will Raise Money with the Goal of Providing 1 Million Free Eye Surgeries in India Annually

On September 24, the Sankara Eye Foundation (SEF) will host the Be The Light Gala, a fundraising event to help eradicate curable blindness in India. The gala will be held at Cipriani 42nd Street, starting at 6:30 p.m.

The Be The Light Gala looks to help SEF meet its Vision 2030 goal, which is to provide 1 million eye surgeries each year at no cost to the patients. More than 45 million people in India are visually impaired, with 12 million of them blind. SEF USA will be performing approximately 300,000 free eye surgeries this year at its eleven Sankara Eye Hospitals and ten partner eye hospitals.

“If we are able to treat 80% of those who are visually impaired, that would be a significant accomplishment,” said Murali Krishnamurthy, Founder and Executive Chairman, Sankara Eye Foundation, USA. “Considering the vast need in India, and the low cost and efficiency of providing these surgeries, the money we raise will truly, positively impact the lives of tens of thousands of people. That is why this event is so important to us. We want to reach out to the children and adults in the underserved rural areas in India who are in desperate need of having these surgical procedures performed.”

The keynote speakers will be BV Jagadeesh, Managing Partner, KAAJ Ventures, and Warren Foust, Worldwide President, Johnson & Johnson Vision – Surgical Vision.

Mr. Jagadeesh is an active investor, having successfully invested and guided companies such as Nutanix, Yodlee, Arkin, Elastic Box, NetMagic Solutions, Ocarina Networks and Ankeena. Before founding KAAJ, he served as a Founding Investor and CEO of NetScaler, a company that was later sold to Citrix. Mr. Jagadeesh later served as Group Vice President and General Manager for Citrix’s Application Networking division.

Mr. Foust currently serves as the Worldwide President of the Surgical Vision business at Johnson & Johnson Vision, and is a member of the Johnson & Johnson Vision Leadership Team. He leads a team of passionate people who are dedicated to delivering innovation that enables eye care professionals to create better outcomes for patients throughout their lives. With more than two decades of global healthcare industry experience and surgical medical device expertise, Mr. Foust has dedicated his career to championing excellence in patient outcomes and serving unmet medical needs.

In addition, entertainment will be provided by members of the AATMA Performing Arts dancing school and singing sensation Jeffrey Iqbal. As the first American-born Bollywood singer, Mr. Iqbal has performed in over 30 countries and can be seen on Zee TV and Star Plus.

Individual tickets are $250 apiece. Tables of 10 are available for $2,000 and VIP tables of 10 cost $10,000. Sponsorships are also available. To purchase tickets, to RSVP or for sponsorship opportunities, visit www.giftofvision.org/MegaGalaSept24.

Cipriani is located at 110 East 42nd Street, New York, New York. For more information, or to donate, call 1 (866) SANKARA (726-5272) or visit www.giftofvision.org.

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About The Sankara Eye Foundation

With locations in the United States and India, the Sankara Eye Foundation reaches out to those in the poorer, rural parts of India and provides them with eye care free of charge by building fully operational, self-sufficient specialty eye care hospitals across India. The goal is to eradicate curable blindness in India and meet its Vision 2030 initiative, which is to provide 1 million free eye surgeries each year. For more information, or to donate, call 1 (866) SANKARA (726-5272) or visit www.giftofvision.org.

LIMBA Hosts East End Supervisors’ Roundtable on October 6

Elected Officials Will Discuss the Latest Issues Affecting Their Towns

LIMBA (Long Island Metro Business Action) has announced that it will present an East End Supervisors’ Roundtable on Thursday, October 6 at the Southampton Inn, located at 91 Hill Street in Southampton. Featured speakers will include Riverhead Town Supervisor Yvette Aguiar, Southold Town Supervisor Scott Russell, Southampton Town Supervisor Jay Schneiderman and Shelter Island Town Supervisor Gerry Siller. The roundtable event is sponsored by Gershow Recycling.

The elected officials will discuss the latest developments in their respective towns, as well as trends affecting the east end of Long Island, such as affordable housing, tourism, the environment, water quality and economic development.

Ms. Aguiar, a former sergeant detective with the NYPD Counterterrorism Division, is the first Latina to be elected Riverhead Town Supervisor. Mr. Schneiderman was first elected Southampton Town Supervisor in 2015 and again in 2019, and previously served as Suffolk County Legislator. Mr. Russell spent 15 years as Town Assessor before being first elected as Southold Town Supervisor in 2005. Mr. Siller first served as Supervisor from 1998 to 2001 and was re-elected in 2019 and again in 2021.

“This will be a very informative session for all those who attend,” said Ernie Fazio, Chairman, LIMBA. “Our guests will address the issues that affect not only their constituents, but Long Island at large, considering the East End’s importance as an economic engine to the region’s environment and sustainability. We will also open the floor to our attendees, who may have questions of their own about what is going on in the East End.”

Lunch starts at noon, followed by the panel discussion at 12:30 p.m. Tickets are $45 for LIMBA members, $65 for non-members. Tickets are available at the door for $75 each, and tickets for tables of eight can be purchased for $440.

For more information about upcoming LIMBA programs, visit https://limba.net/.

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About LIMBA

Since 1968, LIMBA (Long Island Metro Business Action) has been Long Island’s catalyst for economic investment and improvement, sponsoring lively breakfast forums featuring Long Island business activists and government officials. Its mission is to promote and address issues that affect the quality of life on Long Island. For more information, call (631) 757-1698 or visit www.limba.net.

Village of Islandia Holds September 11th Memorial Ceremony at First Responders Memorial

Mayor Allan M. Dorman (right) is joined by members of the Col. Francis S. Midura Veterans of Foreign Wars Post #12144, village board members, employees and residents at the Sepetmber 11 memorial ceremony on September 9. The village remembered five local first responders who died during the 9/11 attacks.

On September 9, the Village of Islandia held a special ceremony at the First Responders Memorial in honor of the memories of five local first responders who were killed during the September 11, 2001 attacks: Raymond M. Meisenheimer, Peter Brennan, John P. Napolitano. Glen K. Pettit and William J. Mahoney, Jr. This event commemorated the 21st anniversary of the terrorist attacks on U.S. soil.

Mayor Allan M. Dorman was joined by village elected officials, employees and residents and members of the Col Francis S. Midura Veterans of Foreign Wars Post #12144 in remembering those who lost their lives during the 9/11 attacks.

The mayor scheduled the ceremony for the 9th to give the residents the opportunity to attend other September 11th memorial ceremonies.

The First Responders Memorial was unveiled on June 2, 2018. It features five plaques, one for each of the five local residents who lost their lives that day. Mayor Dorman said this ceremony will continue to be held at the Memorial to remember those who perished that day.

For more information, call (631) 348-1133 or visit www.newvillageofislandia.com.

 

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Incorporated in 1985, the Village of Islandia is home to over 3,000 residents and over 1,300 businesses. The village’s proximity to New York City and the North and South shores of Long Island make Islandia an attractive destination for residents and businesses who may be thinking of relocating to Long Island. For more information, please visit www.newvillageofislandia.com.

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