Mayor Allan M. Dorman (center), Village of Islandia, displays the proclamation he received from the Office of Suffolk County Legislator Tom Muratore at the village’s 30th anniversary celebration on April 10. Also pictured (left to right): Tom Cilmi, Suffolk County Legislator; Mike Zaleski, Village Trustee; Leslie Kennedy, Suffolk County Legislator, and Robert Martinez, Chief of Staff, Office of Suffolk County Legislator Tom Muratore.
April 16, 2015
Village of Islandia Celebrates 30 Years
On April 10, Allan M. Dorman, Mayor, Village of Islandia, held a celebration of the village’s 30th anniversary at Village Hall. Local residents, village employees and elected officials were on hand to celebrate the milestone. During the event, Robert Martinez, Chief of Staff, Office of Suffolk County Legislator Tom Muratore, presented Mayor Dorman with a proclamation in honor of the village’s three decades in existence.
The village was officially incorporated on April 11, 1985, after voters approved a referendum. On May 22, 1985, village residents voted for its first mayor and board of trustees.
The Village of Islandia is home to over 3,300 residents and over 1,300 businesses. It encompasses 2.25 square miles and contains 275 acres of Greenbelt, including Lakeland Park and Islandia Farm. The village is comprised of the Hauppauge, Central Islip and Connetquot School Districts, and the Hauppauge, Central Islip and Lakeland Fire Districts and includes the three hamlets of Hauppauge, Ronkonkoma and Central Islip.
For more information, call 631-348-1133, or visit www.newvillageofislandia.com.