Capped landfills in Islip will be turned into solar farms

Islip officials have leased the Hauppauge and Holbrook landfills to a company that will build solar arrays that are expected to produce enough energy to power 2,500 homes a year. Islip Town officials said they are transforming their trash piles into renewable energy treasure with solar farms planned at two closed landfills...

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Town of Islip 8th Annual CEO Summit - 2018

Islip, NY – The Town of Islip is happy to announce its 8th Annual CEO summit. Come gain valuable ideas and practices, and hear stories from some of Islip’s most successful business leaders. Join Town Supervisor Angie Carpenter and LI Builders Institute’s CEO, Mitchell Pally, for our “5-minute” speaker format, which will give you the opportunity to hear several insightful topics. A light breakfast will be served and it’s all FREE! Learn more and register today.

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Town of Islip 7th Annual CEO Summit - 2017

Islip, NY –The Town of Islip announces its 7th Annual CEO summit. Come gain valuable ideas and practices, and hear stories from some of Islip’s most successful business leaders. Join Town Supervisor Angie Carpenter and Innovate Long Island’s President, John Kominicki, for our “5-minute” speaker format, which will give you the opportunity to hear several insightful topics. A light breakfast will be served and it’s all FREE!

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Sayville, N.Y.: A Walkable Downtown and Victorians by the Bay

NYT, By Marcelle Sussman FischlerAfter 22 years in a condo near the beach in Shirley, N.Y., Dan and Donna Cresci longed for a home in a walkable community. They considered Port Jefferson, Bellport, Patchogue and East Hampton, but finally settled on Sayville, a congenial 5.4-square-mile hamlet with about 16,853 residents, on the South Shore of Long Island, midway between Manhattan and Montauk.

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