Tag: Tom Croci
A 33-point lead may not be insurmountable on a football field—unless it’s late in the fourth quarter—but it’s a very tough hurdle in a...
The outcome of this hotly contested race could send ripples through the Democratic Party on Long Island and beyond because it threatens the control of its traditional leadership.
Calling the Town of Islip home is not all the two environmental crises share in common.
Four companies were also charged with illegally dumping toxic debris.
Croci claimed victory despite only campaigning for three months against Adrienne Esposito.
Announcement comes two months after an Islip lawmaker under the cloud of a toxic dumping scandal dropped out of a state Senate race.
"I share the anger, the embarrassment and the frustration…at the failure of leadership and oversight by some in our town while I was overseas.”