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The 2017 Greater Smithtown Chamber of Commerce

MEMBERSHIP DIRECTORY AND COMMUNITY GUIDE


The
Greater
Table of Contents
Smithtown
Chamber of Commerce
4. Directors Page

5. W
 hat is the Greater Smithtown
Chamber of Commerce?
MEMBERSHIP DIRECTORY
& COMMUNITY GUIDE 2017 6. Introduction & History
8. Annual Events
PUBLISHER
Scott Schoen 9. Educational Services
12. Arts & Entertainment
ADVERTISING DIRECTOR
Joe Giametta 14. Historic Sites & Attractions
16. Parks & Recreation
SPECIAL PUBLICATIONS DIRECTOR
21. Smithtown Fire Department
Kady Weddle
22. Hospitals
LEAD DESIGNER 23. Libraries
Michael Duntz
24. Transportation
ACCOUNT EXECUTIVES 25. Hotels, Motels & Inns
Joe Parrino
Katie Cox 26. Local Post Offices
27. Churches & Synagogues
SMITHTOWN CHAMBER OF COMMERCE
28. Chambers of Commerce
CONTRIBUTORS
EDIT AND PHOTOS 28. Important Numbers
Barbara Franco,
29. Emergency Numbers
Ed Taylor, Brad Harris
29. Smithtown Township
THE GREATER SMITHTOWN 30. Young Professionals Group
CHAMBER OF COMMERCE
79 E. Main St.
32. Members
Smithtown , NY 11787 FRONT COVER PHOTO:
(631) 979-8069 Pictured is a 1941 Mack, model 505pumper,
owned by the Smithtown Fire Department. It was
built by the Mack- International Motor Truck
Reproduction or use in whole or part of content without Corporation of Long Island City, NY and went in
written permission of the publisher is prohibited. The to service here in Smithtown in mid-1941.
Greater Smithtown Chamber of Commerce Guide is The truck was originally assigned to Engine
published annually through a partnership with the The Company No. 2.It remained in active service pro-
Greater Smithtown Chamber of Commerce, 79 East Main tecting the life and property of Smithtown until it
Street, Smithtown, NY 11787 and Long Island Business
was retired in 1973. At that time, it was assigned
News, 2150 Smithtown Avenue, Suite 7, Ronkonkoma, NY
to the Junior Company as a training piece. The
11779, 631-737-1700.
truck has been restored several time during its
Copyright 2017 by The Greater Smithtown Chamber of life and today is utilized at antique fire appara-
Commerce and Long Island Business News. tus musters, parades and as a funeral coach for
departed Department members.
The truck will be featured on May 29th in the
Smithtown Memorial Day parade and will be on
display at Festival Day at the Smithtown Fire
Department booth.
Cover photo courtesy of: Nancy Janiesch, photographer.

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BOARD OF DIRECTORS
at Smithtown Chamber of Commerce
79 E. Main Street
Smithtown, New York 11787
(631)-979-8069; Fax: (631)-979-2206
www.smithtownchamber.com
Executive Director e-mail: bfranco@smithtownchamber.com
PRESIDENT, ROBERT CARTELLI 1ST V.P., CHRISTOPHER MCNAMARA
Outstanding Plumbing & Heating MacAbstract Land & Title Services
34 E. Main Street, Suite #354 145 Marcus Blvd Suite #4
Smithtown, NY 11787 Hauppauge, NY 11788
(631) 615-9184 (631) 543-8100
2ND V.P., AYMAN AWAD
Oasis Senior Advisors
www.NorthShore of LI OasisSeniorAdvisors.com
aawad@youroasisadvisor.com
(516) 790-0164
TREASURER, ANN ABOULAFIA SECRETARY, SUSAN HUGHES
Aboulafia & June CPA, PC Bridgehampton National Bank
317 Middle Country Road, Suite #3 180 E. Main Street
Smithtown NY 11787 Smithtown, NY 11787
(631) 724-1020 (631-486-1610
BOARD OF DIRECTORS
Robert Bernstein Jeanne Quortrup, Director
Citibank Mortgage People’s United Bank
18 E. Main Street, One East Main Street
Smithtown, NY 11787 Smithtown NY 11787
(516)-353-8977 (631) 360-9369

Jeff Troiano Louise Tudisco, Director


The Troiano Agency, Inc. Allstate ReMax Beyond
89 E. Main Street 177 W. Main Street
Smithtown, NY 11787 Smithtown, NY 11787
(631) 724-2100 (631) 513-6814

Robert Jacoutot Deanna Varricchio, Director


Bay Shore Moving Smithtown Receiver of Taxes
& Storage/Atlas Van Lines 99 W. Main Street,
1Corporate Drive, Smithtown, NY 11787
Hauppauge, NY 11788 (631) 360-7614
(631) 231-1313
EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR: BARBARA FRANCO
Smithtown Chamber of Commerce
79 E. Main Street, Smithtown NY 11787
(631) 979-8069
PAST PRESIDENTS
Mark Mancini, Steven Markgraf,
Mancini Architecture & Design Hawkins & Davis Funeral Home
Robert Mirman, (Retired) Denise Reinke, Coach Realtors
Edward Taylor, Esq., Ben Piskorz, Smithtown Jewelers
Taylor Eldridge, and Endres, PC William Holst, Esq.,
Mario Gino, Multi-Line Coverage Assistant County Attorney
Maxine Jampol, The Smithtown News Lynne Barnhardt, State Farm Insurance
Marsha Noren, Joseph Miller, Merrill Lynch
Smithtown Health Care Facility John Figari, Figari Liquors

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WHAT IS THE GREATER SMITHTOWN
CHAMBER OF COMMERCE?

T
he Greater Smithtown the Smithtown area. The Board of Di-
Chamber of Commerce is rectors elected by the membership sets
the front door to the busi- the Chamber’s policies and develops its
ness community. The mem- programs. The officers are all elected
bers of the chambers are by the membership.
professional business representatives, The Greater Smithtown Chamber of
merchants, property owners, wholesal- Commerce has been a long-standing, ef-
ers, service businesses, manufacturers, fective instrument for the business com-
utilities and financial institutions munity. Its goals are simple and clear
who share a common interest in the — to promote business development in
continued improvement of the Greater Smithtown and to serve the needs of the
Smithtown area. All civic minded in- community.
dividuals and firms are also eligible to Please contact the chamber office
join. It acts as an information center directly to answer any questions about
for visitors and for new businesses membership as well the many benefits
seeking locations and opportunities in of joining the Chamber (631) 979-8069.
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INTRODUCTION & HISTORY
The Town of Smithtown is located 50 miles from New York City on Long
Island’s north shore in western Suffolk County. Within the town’s 55 square
miles are the hamlets of Smithtown, Kings Park, St. James, Nesconset and
parts of Hauppauge, Commack and Fort Salonga, as well as three incorporat-
ed villages: Village of the Branch, Village of Nissequogue and Village of Head
of the Harbor. Smithtown’s rich and colorful history is reflected in its current
charm and bustling downtown area.

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mithtown’s history begins with
its founder, Richard Smythe
(Smith), an Englishman who
migrated to the New World
prior to 1643. Long Island
records place Richard Smythe in South-
ampton from 1656 to 1664. According
to legend, the Nesquake Indians agreed
to sell Smythe all the land he could ride
around in a day. Choosing the longest
day of the year, Smythe rode his bull,
Whisper, around what is now Smithtown.
The amazed Indians honored the agree-
ment, and Smythe became owner of a
vast tract of land. Today, the huge bronze
statue of a bull that stands proudly on its
pedestal, greeting visitors as they enter
Smithtown, commemorates the legendary
bull ride.
By 1776, there were 716 residents of During the 19th century, Smithtown’s
Smithtown; 170 of them were Smiths. The population increased slowly. The first
town had a church, three inns and several school built in the Village of the Branch
mills. During the American Revolution, in 1802 was a one-room schoolhouse. Poet
patriotic residents suffered under the Walt Whitman taught there during the
British occupation; their goods, property Fall/Winter term of 1837-1838.
and services were requisitioned. In 1872, the extension of the
After the revolution, President George Long Island Rail Road to Smithtown
Washington toured Long Island. On made it easier for New York City
April 23, 1790, he stopped at Widow residents, including actors from the
Blydenburgh’s Tavern to water his hors- Broadway stage, to spend their summers
es. In his diary, Washington referred to in the Smithtown area.
the establishment as a “decent house.” The rustic, agricultural character
This brief visit is commemorated with of Smithtown continued well into the
a bronze plaque on a boulder on the 20th century. After World War II,
Village Green. however, people poured into the suburbs
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and Smithtown’s population soared. visit the St. James General Store
Today, there are still a few small farms on Moriches and Harbor Roads. The
in Smithtown where fresh produce General Store, opened in 1857 and in
can be purchased. However, most of operation ever since, is on the National
the farmland disappeared as the need Register of Historic Places.
for housing and services increased. Residents and visitors alike enjoy
Following World War II, new housing Smithtown’s 30 miles of shoreline, 5
developments were built and shopping town beaches, 2 marinas, 3 boat launch-
centers filled with new stores, restaurants ing ramps, 28 parks, and a municipally
and businesses opened on Main Street as owned country club with a golf course and
today’s Smithtown emerged. pool. There are public libraries in 4 loca-
For the 19th century atmosphere, tions, and about 50 houses of worship.

ANNUAL EVENTS
Residents and visitors of the Smithtown area enjoy many annual and seasonal
events and holiday celebrations.

Smithtown Historical Society families. The Chamber’s Annual Golf


hosts many programs at the Caleb Smith Outing in August is always well attended by
House starting in the Spring through the the businesses in the community.
Fall months. In the Spring & Summer The Smithtown Chamber hosts
months look for the Children’s Portals monthly breakfast, lunch and after hours
to the Past & Sheep to Shawl Programs. meetings and programs typically the
During the Fall months, the Society third Thursday of each month and their
hosts Italian and Annual Heritage Holiday Luncheon in December. For
Nights and The Harvest Lecture Series. information and update of these events
Look for dates and further information and meetings visit: www.smithtown-
inside this directory. chamber.com or call the Chamber office
at (631) 979-8069.
The Smithtown Chamber of
Commerce coordinates an Annual Friends of the Smithtown Library
Smithtown Restaurant Week during the present their Summer Concert Series on
month of March with a variety of fine Thursday evenings at 8:00 pm during
restaurants in the township offering a the summer months of July and August.
priced-fixed menu with over 30+ restau- The shows are held on the front lawn of
rants participating in this much anticipat- Smithtown Library (Route 25 & Route
ed event. 111). www.smithlib.org. See details and
For the past 29 years, the Chamber has line up of entertainment under 2017
been hosting the community’s largest fair, Family Summer Concert Series listing in
­Smithtown Festival Day, during the first this directory.
week in June. Main Street is closed to traf-
Guide Dog Foundation has their
fic and is filled with 350 vendors, a food
annual Dog Walk Event in September.
court, children’s entertainment and fun for
the whole family with free admission. Hoyt Farm Park
The Running of the Bull 5K Run/1K Outdoor concerts are also hosted
Family Fun Walk, in September has become throughout the summer at Hoyt Farm
a favorite experience for runners and their Park in Commack.
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EDUCATIONAL SERVICES
Commack Union Free School District
Hubbs Administration Center,
Clay Pitts Road
East Northport • 631-912-2000
The approximately 7,500 students
enrolled in the Commack Union Free
School District during the 2010-2011
school year attended four elementary
schools, two intermediate schools, a middle
school and a high school. For more infor-
mation, visit www.commack.k12.ny.us.
Three Village Central School District
Hauppauge Public Schools PO Box 9050
PO Box 6006 East Setauket
Hauppauge • 631-761-8300 631-730-4000
The 4,160 students enrolled in
The Three Village Central School
Hauppauge Public Schools during the
District is composed of five elementary
2010-2011 school year attended three
schools, two junior highs and the Ward
elementary schools, a middle school and
Melville High School. During the 2005-2006
a high school. For more information, visit
school year, nearly 4,300 students were
www.hauppauge.k12.ny.us.
enrolled in the elementary school; 1,902
students were enrolled in grades 7 through
Kings Park Central School District
9; and 1,865 students attended Ward
101 Church St.
Melville High School. For more information,
Kings Park • 631-269-3210
visit www.3villagecsd.k12.ny.us.
The Kings Park Central School District
is composed of two elementary schools, an Harbor Country Day School
intermediate school, a middle school and a 17 Three Sisters Road
high school. During the 2010-2011 school St. James
year, approximately 4,100 K-12 students 631-584-5555
were enrolled in the district. For more infor-
mation, visit www.kpcsd.k12.ny.us. Situated on 10 acres in the Head of
the Harbor section of St. James, Harbor
Smithtown Central School District Country Day School is an independent,
26 New York Ave. co-educational school educating students
Smithtown • 631-382-2000 in nursery through eighth grade.
Source: www.harborcountrydayschool.org
The Smithtown Central School District
covers an area of 35 square miles and Knox School
is composed of nine elementary schools, 541 Long Beach Road
three middle schools, and two high schools. St. James • 631-686-1600
During the 2010-2011 school year, approx-
imately 11,000 students were served by Situated on more than 50 acres over-
the nearly 750 teachers employed by the looking historic Stony Brook Harbor,
district. For more information, visit www. The Knox School is an independent,
smithtown.k12.ny.us. coeducational day and boarding school
for grades 6-12.
Source: www.knoxschool.org
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Three Village Central School District co-educational school educating students
PO Box 9050 in nursery through eighth grade.
East Setauket • 631-730-4000 Source: www.harborcountrydayschool.org

The Three Village Central School Knox School


District is composed of five elementary 541 Long Beach Road
schools, two junior highs and the Ward St. James • 631-686-1600
Melville High School. During the 2005-
2006 school year, nearly 4,300 students Situated on more than 50 acres over-
were enrolled in the elementary school; looking historic Stony Brook Harbor,
1,902 students were enrolled in grades 7 The Knox School is an independent,
through 9; and 1,865 students attended coeducational day and boarding school
Ward Melville High School. For more for grades 6-12.
information, visit www.3villagecsd.k12. Source: www.knoxschool.org
ny.us.
Stony Brook University
Harbor Country Day School Stony Brook
17 Three Sisters Road 631-632-6000
St. James • 631-584-5555
With a faculty of more than 1,900 and
Situated on 10 acres in the Head of an undergraduate enrollment exceeding
the Harbor section of St. James, Harbor 14,000, Stony Brook offers more than 120
Country Day School is an independent, undergraduate majors and minors, 102

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master’s programs, 40 doctoral programs, nity organizations to help promote the
and 32 graduate certificate programs, availability of quality child care services
awarding 4,000 degrees annually. For more in the area. For more information, visit
information, visit www.stonybrook.edu. www.childcaresuffolk.org.

SCOPE Education Services School Age Child Care Program


100 Lawrence Ave. 7 New York Avenue
Smithtown • 631-360-0800 Smithtown • 631-360-7517

SCOPE Education Services is a not-for- The Town of Smithtown sponsors


profit organization chartered by the NYS this self-sustaining program, offered at
Board of Regents to provide services to no cost to taxpayers. This program is
school districts, offering SAT Prep, online housed at all Smithtown and Kings Park
courses, child care programs and more. For Elementary Schools. It offers a safe, fun
more information, visit www.scopeonline.us. and caring environment for working
families that follows the school calendar.
Child Care Council of Suffolk, Inc. It begins at 7:30 a.m. until school begins
60 Calvert Ave. or upon school dismissal until 6:00 p.m.
Commack • 631-462-0303 There is a monthly fee for this program
and set days are required upon regis-
Long Island’s premier community tration. Transportation is not provided.
service organization that works with par- Space is limited.
ents, providers, businesses, and commu- Email: schoolagechildcare@tosgov.com

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ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT
Smithtown Township Arts Council classes for all ages.
660 Route 25A Call 631-862-6575 for further
St. James • 631-862-6575 information or visit. www.stacarts.org

“Embrace your senses, engage Smithtown Center for the


your mind…see what the arts can Performing Arts
open your eyes to!” 2 East Main St.
Smithtown • 631-724-3700
The Smithtown Township Arts
Council is a 501 C (3) nonprofit commu- In January 2002, Ken and Laura
nity cultural organization that exists Washington purchased the old
to integrate the arts into the fabric of Smithtown movie theatre with the goal
everyday life in Smithtown Township. of creating a first-class performing arts
A fundamental goal of this organization center for area residents. Since then,
is to deliver arts programming that the center has entertained more than
inspires, amazes and enriches the lives 150,000+ patrons with musicals, dra-
of families in our communities. The mas/comedies, fully-staged operas, opera
council makes its home in the historic galas and numerous special events.
Mills Pond House, offering a year-round Source: www.smithtownpac.org
art gallery exhibition schedule and an
extensive array of arts programs and art

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Staller Center for the Arts
Nicolls Road
Stony Brook • 631-632-7235

Suffolk County’s premiere cultural


showplace at Stony Brook University,
offers a wealth of professional perfor-
mances by artists from around the
world. Staller Center showcases music,
dance, art, theatre, and film from around
the world and is a cultural resource for
campus and community.
The Main Stage Theatre has more
than 1,034 seats with the Recital Hall
seating 380. In addition to the profes-
sional performances at Staller Center,
the Department of Music students
perform often, with recitals and Stony of international, U.S. and East Coast
Brook Symphony Orchestra concerts premieres.
among the offerings. The Staller Center Box Office can be
Each summer, the Stony Brook Film reached at 631-632-ARTS and informa-
Festival features independent films in tion and tickets are available online at
competition, as well as special screenings www.stallercenter.com.

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HISTORICAL SITES & ATTRACTIONS
Although it is a bustling suburban town
Smithtown Historical Society
today, Smithtown is committed to pre-
serving its historical and environmen- 2017 Calendar of Events
tal heritage. The Smithtown Historical Irish Heritage Night: March 13th
Society is responsible for the resto- Spring Lecture Series:
ration and maintenance of many of the March 20th & April 3rd
area’s historic sites.
Exhibit Opening:
Main Attractions 300 Years of Communication March 27th

Spring Farm Festival: April 3rd


The Bull Monument
Junction of Route 25 and 25A Easter Egg Hunt: April 8th
Smithtown
Art Market: April 30th
Commemorating Smithtown’s leg-
endary founding, this five-ton bronze Vintage Base Ball Festival: May 6th & 7th
sculpture was created by Charles Cary
Rumsey in the 1920s. According to Canoe Benefit Trip: June 10th
legend, the Nesaquake Indians agreed
Smithtown Community
to sell Smithtown’s founder, Richard
Band Concert Series:
Smythe, all the land he could ride
July 11th, 18th, 25th & Aug 1st
around in a day. Choosing the longest
day of the year, Smythe rode his bull Heritage Country Fair: September 16th
“Whisper” from sunup to sundown. The
amazed Indians honored the agreement Annual Heritage Ball: October 19th
and Smythe became owner of what is
today Smithtown. Fall Harvest Lecture Series:
October 3rd, 10th, 17th, & 24th
The Smithtown Historical Society
The Roseneath Cottage Farm to Table Dinner: November 16th
230 Middle Country Rd.
Annual Holiday Luncheon: December 1st
Smithtown • 631-265-6768
Heritage Country Christmas: December 2nd
Currently, the Roseneath Cottage
serves as headquarters to the Smithtown
Historical Society, as well as a museum
covering three centuries of local history. Portals to the Past Children’s
Its resources include 5,000 documents, Programming
several thousand photographs, historical
slides and postcards, as well as a collec- Spring Break:
tion of textiles, costumes and decorative April 10th – 13th
arts. This year’s upcoming Historical
Society events include: Summer Programming:
June 26th – August 10th

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Obadiah Smith House Smithtown Garden Club
853 St. Johnland Road PO Box 536
Kings Park Smithtown

Call the Historical Society for more


­­Founded in 1931, The Garden Club fos-
ters interest and knowledge in gardening,
information at 631-265-6768.
floral design conservation and community
Mills Pond House beautification. The Garden Club also
660 Rte. 25A maintains gardens at several Historical
St. James Houses in Smithtown.
631-862-6575 Meetings are scheduled the second
Tuesday of every month from February
The noted New York City architect, through November at the Brush Barn
Calvin Pollard, designed the Greek located on Middle Country Road (Route
Revival Mills Pond house in 1838 25) in Smithtown. Join us!
for William Wickham Mills. One of
Smithtown’s first estates, today the house
is used by the Smithtown Township Arts
Council. Chamber Events for 2017
Save These Dates
Richard H. Handley Long
Island History Room
The Smithtown Library – Smithtown Festival Day
Main Building Sunday, June 4, 2017
One North Country Road
Smithtown Annual Golf Outing
(631) 360-2480 Smithtown Chamber &
John Feal Foundation
The Smithtown Library’s Richard Willow Creek Country Club
H. Handley Collection of Long Island Honoring the 911 Responders
Americana (Long Island Room) is a spe- Remembered Park, Inc.
cial local history archives located in the Monday, August 7, 2017
Library’s Smithtown Main Building. For
general inquiries or to set up an appoint- 5K Running of the Bull
ment to use the collection, please call Damianos Realty Group
(631) 360-2480, ext. 191 or send an email in coordination with Smithtown
to longislandroom@smithlib.org. Visit the Chamber of Commerce
Library’s website (www.smithlib.org) for Saturday, September 23, 2017
more information.
Art & Music Evening
St. James General Store At Mills Pond House
516 Moriches Road October 24, 2017
St. James
631-854-3740 Holiday Dinner & Fashion Show
Opened in 1857 and in operation ever at Flowerfield,
since, the St. James General Store is on Fundraiser for Smithtown Food Pantry
the National Register of Historic Places. Thursday, November 9th 6-10:00 pm

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PARKS & RECREATION
Residents and visitors to the Town of Smithtown enjoy its 30 miles of shoreline
and several dozen spacious parks. Whether you want to spend the day biking
or are looking for a quiet place for a picnic, the listing below can help you find
what you’re looking for.

LOCAL PARKS & WALKING TRAILS tidal and fresh water wetlands and hard-
wood forests, this park provides habitat to a
Caleb Smith State Park Preserve variety of shore birds, reptiles and amphib-
PO Box 963, Jericho Turnpike ians. A section of the park has been desig-
Commack • 631-265-1054 nated a State Bird Conservation Area. The
park also features a soccer field, a canoe
The Preserve provides hiking, and kayak launch, fishing, bird watching,
cross-country skiing, nature trails and interpretive signs, guided tours and group
fishing. Comprised of freshwater wet- tours by reservation, and bicycle rentals.
lands, ponds, streams, fields and upland
woods, it is a refuge for wildlife and a Sweet Briar Nature Center
place for visitors to develop an awareness & Wildlife Education
of the natural world. 62 Eckerncamp Drive
Smithtown • 631-979-6344
Hoyt Farm Nature Preserve
PO Box 220, New Highway Sweet Briar Nature Center is situat-
Commack • 631-543-7804 ed on 54 acres of varied garden, wood-
land, field and wetland habitats on the
Popular for its concerts, picnic facili- Nissequogue River. Hundreds of species
ties, nature center, ball fields, Hoyt House of plants and animals make homes here.
Museum, educational programs, and Visit the resident animals, explore the
splash-play area for children, Hoyt Farm Chipmunk Trail for kids, see the mock
is open 365 days a year. The park is open rainforest, walk the trails and explore
from 8 a.m. - dusk (except for weekends the seasonal butterfly house. Visit www.
from Memorial day through mid-October sweetbriarnc.org for more information.
when it is open from 9 a.m. - dusk).
Sprofera Park
Kings Park Hike Bike Trail Browns Road at Route 347
The mile-and-a-half trail runs along Nesconset
the old Kings Park Railroad spur from
Old Dock Road, just north of Church Recently renovated, Sprofera Park
Street, through the grounds of the for- features irrigated, multi-sport fields, roll-
mer Kings Park Psychiatric Center to er hockey rink and a new playground.
Nissequogue River State Park.
Sunken Meadow State Park
Nissequogue River State Park Route 25A and
St. Johnland Rd., Sunken Meadow Pkwy.
Kings Park • 631-269-4927 Kings Park • 631-269-4333

Featuring a variety of habitats including The three miles of beach meets tall, gla-
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cier-formed bluffs at the west end of the base of the park’s central waterfall. The
shoreline. A man-made dam separates park also features a clock tower, perennial
the park’s creek and marshes from its garden, seating area and serves as a con-
tidal flats. venient gateway from Main Street to the
Activities include swimming, hiking, Smithtown Municipal Parking lot.
biking, horseback riding, kayaking,
canoeing, windsurfing, fishing and The Greenbelt Trail
cross-country skiing. In addition, the 32 miles for walking and hiking from
park features 27 holes of golf, a driving Sunken Meadow State Park on the
range and putting green, as well as a Sound to Heckscher State Park on Great
¾-mile boardwalk. South Bay. Maps available from the
Greenbelt Trail Conference. For permits,
Town of Smithtown Sept. 11, 2001 call 631-360-0753.
Memorial Park
Main St., Smithtown Additional parks in the Town of
(between Bank St. and Landing Ave.) Smithtown include:

This park is dedicated to the memories Bill Richards Park


of the 54 victims of the terrorist attacks Veterans Memorial Hwy., Hauppauge
who were from or had families residing
in the Town of Smithtown. Each victim’s Brady Park
name appears on a bronze plaque at the Maple Ave., Smithtown

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Pine Cone Woods Park
Garvey Drive, Hauppauge

San Remo Park


Riviera Drive, Kings Park

Smithtown Landing Country Club’s Golf


Course and Town Swimming Pool Complex
Landing Avenue • Smithtown
631-360-7619

Tide Park
Main Street • Smithtown
Brooksite Park
Juniper Ave., Smithtown Valmont Park
Marie Crescent • Commack
Burr Winkle Park
Harvest Lane, Commack Veterans Memorial Park
Moriches Road • St. James
Cy Donnelly Park
Haig Place, Kings Park Whitman Hollow Park
Map Lane • Commack
East Hills Park
Fifty Acre Rd., Smithtown Town of Smithtown Department of Parks,
Building & Grounds
Flynn Memorial Park 100 Rte. 25A, Kings Park
Old Commack Rd., Kings Park 631-269-1122

Gaynor Park NYS Office of Parks, Recreation & Historic


Woodlawn Ave., St. James Preservation, LI Region
PO Box 247, Babylon • 631-669-1000
Andreoli Park
Gibbs Pond Rd., Nesconset For general information or details on
fees and hours of operation of the vari-
Harrisons Pond Park ous parks and beaches listed above. For
St. Johnland Rd., San Remo information about the Empire Passport,
which allows unlimited access to NYS
Kings Park Memorial Park parks, call 518-474-0456.
Cedar St., Kings Park
Suffolk County Dept. of Parks,
Landing Avenue Park Recreation & Conservation
Landing Ave., Smithtown Montauk Highway
West Sayville • 631-854-4949
Laurel Drive Park
Laurel Drive, Smithtown For Suffolk Green Key passes, call
the main number listed above. For more
Morewood Park information on hiking and walking trails
Paul Lane, Smithtown in Suffolk County parks, call 631-854-
4949 or visit www.Hike-LI.com.
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BIKING
Biking in Suffolk County Parks
631-854-4949
Suffolk Bicycle Riders Assoc.
631-727-3992
Offers rides of varying lengths and
degrees of difficulty.

CAMPING Nissequogue River Canoe & Kayak Rentals


Blydenburgh County Park 631-979-8244
Smithtown • 631-854-3712
FISHING
Short Beach No license is required for recreation-
Boney Lane • Nissequogue al fishing in Long Island Sound, but
Callahans Beach there are minimum lengths and posses-
Route 25A • Fort Salonga sion limits for some fish. For updates
on recreational fishing rules, call the
CANOEING NYS Department of Environmental
Bob’s Canoe Rental Conservation at 1-800-REGS-DEC.
PO Box 529 Fly fishing is available at Caleb
Kings Park • 631-269-9761 Smith State Park, with a license.

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BEACHES, MARINAS & YACHT CLUBS For the Beach Hotline offering
Callahan’s Beach up-to-date information on beach condi-
Route 25A • Fort Salonga tions such as closed areas and vehicle
restrictions, call 631-244-7275 (Parks
Long Beach (Marina) Information & Reservations) from a
Long Beach Rd. • Nissequogue touch-tone phone, and then press 1.

Schubert’s Beach GOLF COURSES


Long Beach Rd. • Nissequogue Nissequogue Golf Club
(Private Club)
Short Beach Moriches Rd.
Boney Lane • Nissequogue St. James • 631-584-7733

Sunken Meadow State Park Smithtown Landing Country Club


Rte. 25A & Sunken Meadow Pkwy. Landing Avenue
Kings Park Smithtown • 631-360-7619

Town Dock – Kings Park Bluff Stonebridge Golf Links & Country Club
(Boat Ramps) 200 Raynors Way
Old Dock Rd. • Kings Park Smithtown • 631-724-7500

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SMITHTOWN FIRE DEPARTMENT

Smithtown Fire Department


100 Elm Avenue
Smithtown, NY 11787
Emergency Dial (631) 265-1500
Non-emergency Dial- (631) 265-1503

On March 4th, 1908 a meeting was


held at the Arcanum Hall on Main St.,
Smithtown for the purpose of estab-
lishing a volunteer fire company for
A few months later the first truck was
Smithtown and Smithtown Branch. The
purchased, a hand drawn ladder tender,
meeting was attended by twenty-five
from the Bayport F.D for $100.00.
concerned Smithtown citi- 109 years later, the Smithtown Fire
zens and the Smithtown Department has grown to 187 members
Volunteer Hook & Ladder responding out of three stations. In 2016
company was born. The the Department responded to more than
membership fee was $1.00 3300 emergency calls for service.The
and dues of 25 cents members are not only trained as fire-
were collected monthly. A fighters but many have expanded their
strip of land was donated training as paramedics, EMT’s and sur-
by John S. Huntting at 15 face water/ ice rescue technicians.
Bellemeade Ave. for the pur- The Smithtown Fire Department con-
pose of establishing a firehouse.The final tinues to servethe Smithtown community
motion approved that evening was for with the same zeal and professionalism
the purchase of the Company’s first fire- as those twenty- five original members
fighting equipment, 12 pointed shovels. who met so long ago.
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HOSPITALS

St. Catherine of Siena Medical Center Huntington Hospital – Northwell Health


50 Route 25A 270 Park Avenue
Smithtown • 631-862-3000 Huntington • (631) 351-2000
www.stcatherines.chsli.org www.northwell.edu

St. Catherine of Siena Medical Center, Established in 1916 Huntington


member of Catholic Health Services, is Hospital is a full-service, 408 bed, non-
comprised of a 296-bed, not-for-profit, profit community hospital serving the
community-based hospital; a 240-bed, Huntington Township and surrounding
Nursing and Rehabilitation Care Center; communities. Huntington Hospital has
and a Medical Office Building. been a member of Northwell Health since
Accredited by The Joint Commission, 1994 and shares the system’s vision of
St. Catherine is committed to safety and being a preeminent healthcare delivery
quality care. Known for its Obstetrics system in the tradition of excellence and
services, the hospital offers a Level II the embodiment of community values and
Neonatal Intensive Care Unit, is a New human dignity. www.northwell.edu
York State-Designated Stroke Center, Manager, Community Relations,
a Breast Imaging Center of Excellence, Matthew A. DePace (631) 396-6710
offers modern Hyperbaric Medicine,
advanced Robotic Surgery, and the Southside Hospital – Northwell Health
Palliative Care Program recently earned 301 E. Main Street
The Joint Commission’s acclaimed Bay Shore • (631) 968-3000
Advanced Certification for its commit- www.northwell.edu
ment to patient quality of care and it’s
family centered-approaches. Southside Hospital is a 320-bed with
St. Catherine of Siena is committed physicians, nurses & staff who provide
to providing premier services and has health care services in all medical spe-
recently launched their newest division cialties. Our centers include: Cardiology
— Siena Women’s’ Health — a compre- – Orthopedics – Neuroscience – Women’s
hensive service line seamlessly linking Health. www.northwell.edu
the full spectrum of health care for Manager, Community Relations,
women in their community. In addition, Matthew A. DePace (631) 396-6710
pristine services offered at the Medical
Center will now extend to the Commack Stony Brook University
area with a new 20,000 square-feet Medical Center
Health and Wellness Center. The new Nicholls Road
center will offer Radiology Imaging, Stony Brook • 631-689-8333
Primary Care, and Orthopedics and www.stonybrookmedicalcenter.org
Rehabilitation in collaboration with St.
Charles Orthopedics. As Suffolk County’s only tertiary care
For more information contact hospital, University Hospital dedicates more
The Department of Public Affairs at than half of its 504 beds to specialized cases
(631) 862-3523. and intensive care. For more information,
call HealthCalls at 631-444-4393. For infor-
mation on the University Hospital Auxiliary,
call 631-444-2699. To inquire about volun-
teer opportunities, call University Hospital
Volunteers at (631) 444-2610.
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LIBRARIES
The Smithtown Library
One North Country Road
Smithtown
(631) 360-2480

The Smithtown Library can


trace its beginnings back to 1907
when materials were housed in
Judge Lawrence Smith’s law
office. The Smithtown Library
system currently consists of the
Smithtown Main Building and
three branch libraries located
throughout the town.
The Friends of The Smithtown
Library will present their 13th
annual Dennis Cannataro Family
Summer Concert Series beginning
on Thursday evenings in July.
Please bring your own chair or
blanket and plan to arrive early
for the 8:00 pm concerts which
will run through August. No pets
or smoking will be permitted at
this event. Please visit www.
smithtlib.org or call (631) 360-
2480 for more information.

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TRANSPORTATION

MTA Long Island Bus Year-round car ferries operate


516-228-4000 or visit between Port Jefferson – which is
www.mta.info for local schedules. approximately 10 miles east of the
Smithtown community – and Bridgeport,
Long Island Rail Road Conn. The Port Jefferson terminal is
631-231-5477 or visit located at Port Jefferson Harbor at the
www.mta.info for local schedules. north end of Route 112. The Bridgeport
terminal is located on Water Street
The Smithtown station is located at Dock one block from the Municipal Bus
Redwood Lane and Scott Lane, off Main Terminal in Connecticut. Visit www.bpj-
Street and just west of Route 111; it is ferry.com for more information.
49 miles from NYC’s Penn Station.
The Kings Park station is located at Call a Cab Transport Inc.
Indian Head Road and Main Street; it and Lindy’s Ambulette
is 45.2 miles from NYC’s Penn Station. 631-473-0707 • East Setauket
The St. James station is located at 631-265-2727 • Smithtown
Lake Avenue and Railroad Avenue; it is
51.7 miles from NYC’s Penn Station. Long Island
MacArthur Airport
Suffolk County Transit 100 Arrivals Ave.
631-738-1150 Ronkonkoma • 631-467-3210
A shared ride program.
The airport is located approximately
The Bridgeport and Port Jefferson 15 minutes from Smithtown. Visit www.
Steamboat Company macarthurairport.com for more specific
631-473-0286 information re: airlines, schedules, etc.

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2017 DENNIS CANNATARO (631) 360-2480 or visit www.smith-
FAMILY SUMMER lib.org. In case of inclement weather
CONCERT SERIES on the day of the event, please check
our website at www.smithlib.org or
The Friends of The Smithtown call (631) 360-2480 after 3 pm.
Library proudly announce their 13th Join the Friends of The
annual free outdoor family summer Smithtown Library
concert series made possible by a This not-for-profit volunteer
Suffolk County Omnibus Grant organization is dedicated to sup-
and administered by the Suffolk porting the resources of the Library.
County Department of Economic Proceeds from sales, raffles and
Development and Planning. membership dues are used to pur-
Bring your own chair or blanket chase specialty items for the Library
to the front lawn of the Smithtown and to sponsor educational and cul-
Library Main Building on Thursday tural programs for children, teens
evenings beginning in July. All and adults. Membership applica-
shows begin promptly at 8pm. No tions can be obtained at the Friends
pets or smoking will be permitted at table prior to the start of each con-
this event. cert; they can also be found at www.
For more information, about our smithtlib.org, as well as at all four
Concert Series for 2017 --please call branches of The Smithtown Library.

HOTELS, MOTELS & INNS

Danfords on the Sound Hyatt Regency Windwatch Hotel


25 East Broadway, Port Jefferson 1717 Motor Parkway, Hauppauge
631-928-5200 631-232-9800

Econo Lodge, Smithtown Marriott Islandia


755 Rte. 347, Smithtown 3635 Express Drive North,
631-724-9000 Islandia • 631-232-3000

Hampton Inn/Commack The Radisson


680 Commack Rd., Commack 110 Vanderbilt Motor Parkway,
631-462-5700 Smithtown
631-231-1100
Holiday Inn Express Stony Brook
3131 Nesconset Highway, Three Village Inn
Stony Brook • 631-471-8000 150 Main St., Stony Brook
631-751-0555
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LOCAL POST OFFICES

25 Rte. 111, Main St.


Smithtown 11787
631-360-6709

150 Veterans Memorial Highway


Commack 11725
631-543-3647

150 Oser Ave., Hauppauge 11788


631-231-3155

960 Rte. 111, Hauppauge 11788 325 Lake Ave., St. James 11780
631-360-6712 631-584-4138

125 E. Main St., Kings Park 11754 129 Main St., Stony Brook 11790
631-269-9070 631-751-5691

226 Smithtown Blvd, Nesconset 11767 Visit the United States Postal Service web-
631-265-6250 site at www.usps.com for more information.

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HOUSES OF WORSHIP
Byzantine Catholic Church of Resurrection Jehovah’s Witnesses Kingdom Hall
38 Mayflower Avenue, Smithtown 221 Old Willets Path, Smithtown
631-759-6083 631-265-4008

Calvary Lutheran Church Long Island Korean Methodist


860 Townline Rd., Hauppauge Townline Road, Commack
631-724-3886 (631) 499-1260

Chabad of Mid Suffolk Nanume Presbyterian Church


318 Vets Hwy, Commack 175 E. Main St., Smithtown
(631) 543-3343 631-360-8343

Cleft of the Rock Nesconset Christian Church


Oaklawn Drive, Commack 247 Smithtown Blvd., Nesconset
(631) 864-3060 631-265-2141

Christ the King Church St. Andrew’s Lutheran Church


2 Indian Head Road, Commack 6 New Mill Rd., Smithtown
(631) 864-1623 631-265-2288

Church of Christ St. James Lutheran Church


Old Indian Head Rd, Commack 230 2nd Ave., St. James
(631) 543-8666 631-584-5212

Church Unleashed St. Patrick’s Roman Catholic Church


83 Shirley Court, Commack 280 E. Main St., Smithtown
(516) 280-2737 631-265-2271

Commack Church of God St. Thomas More R.C. Church


10 Beechwood Lane, Commack 115 Kings Hwy., Hauppauge
(631) 864-9114 631-234-0397

First Presbyterian Church of Smithtown St. Thomas of Canterbury Episcopal Church


175 E. Main St., Smithtown 90 Edgewater Ave., Smithtown
631-265-5151 631-265-4520

Grace Church Smithtown Gospel Tabernacle


450 Edgewood Ave., Smithtown 1 Higbie Dr., Smithtown
631-265-4680 631-265-2485

Hauppauge Methodist Church Smithtown United Methodist Church


473 Townline Rd., Hauppauge 230 E. Main St., Smithtown
631-265-2230 631-265-6945

Holy Cross Catholic Church Temple Beth Chai of Hauppauge


95 Nichols Rd., Nesconset 870 Townline Rd., Hauppauge
631-265-2200 631-724-5807

Kings Park Jewish Center Trinity African Methodist Episcopal Church


Rte. 25A, Kings Park 229 NY Avenue, Smithtown
631-269-1133 631-265-6011
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CHAMBERS OF COMMERCE

Smithtown Chamber of Commerce Nesconset Chamber of Commerce


Barbara Franco, Executive Director Christine DeAugustino, President
79 E. Main Street P. O. Box 392
Smithtown, NY 11787 Nesconset, NY 11767
(631) 979-8069 (631) 360-9577

Kings Park Chamber of Commerce St. James Chamber of Commerce


Tony Tanzi, Jr., President P.O. Box 286
P.O. Box 322 St. James, NY 11780
Kings Park, NY 11754 (631) 584-8510
(631) 269-7678

IMPORTANT NUMBERS

Better Business Bureau Sunrise Rotary Club


516-420-0500 631-360-6419
Cablevision U.S. Small Business Administration
631-348-6700 631-454-0750
Community Development Corp. of L.I. Verizon
631-471-1215 631-890-1100
Consumer Affairs LOCAL LEGISLATORS
631-853-4599 12th District
KeySpan Leslie Kennedy
631-755-6650 631-854-3735
LIPA 13th District
631-755-6900 Robert Trotta
L.I. Convention & Visitors Bureau 631-854-3900
631-951-3900 NYS Assemblyman Michael Fitzpatrick
L.I. Development Corp. 631-724-2929
516-433-5000 NYS Senator John Flanagan
N.Y.S. Dept. of Labor 631-361-2154
888-598-2077 SUFFOLK COUNTY
Retired Executives Svc. Corp. (SCORE) Suffolk County Executive
631-853-8321 Steve Bellone 631-853-4000
Small Business Development Center Suffolk County Legislature
631-666-4642 631-853-4074
Smithtown Rotary Club Suffolk County Board of Elections
631-544-6500 631-852-4500
Suffolk County Water Authority Social Security Office
631-582-2211 (Hauppauge) 800-772-1213
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EMERGENCY NUMBERS

Child Abuse Reporting


800-342-3720
Dept. of Public Safety
631-360-7553
Domestic Violence Hotline
800-942-6906
EOC
631-852-4900
Fire Prevention Substance Abuse Counseling
631-360-7553 631-360-7578
Poison Control St. Catherine of Siena Hospital
516-542-2323 631-862-3000
Police/Fire Emergency Stony Brook University Hospital
911 631-689-8333
Smithtown Fire Dept. Suffolk County Dept. of Health
631-265-1500 631-853-3000
Suffolk County Police Dept.
4th Precinct • 631-854-8400

SMITHTOWN TOWNSHIP

Town of Smithtown, Supervisor Pat Vecchio Engineering


631-360-7600 631-360-7550
Town Hall Highway Department
631-360-7512 631-360-7500
Town Clerk Env. & Waterways
631-360-7620 631-360-7514
Town Council Recreation Department
631-360-7621 631-360-7644
Tax Assessor Senior Citizens Department
631-360-7560 631-360-7616
Receiver of Taxes Sanitation Department
631-360-7610 631-269-6600
Building Department Animal Shelter
631-360-7520 631-360-7575
Planning Department/Comm. Dev. Public Safety
631-360-7540 631-360-7553
Comptroller Village of the Branch
631-360-7530 631-265-3315
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The Smithtown
Chamber of Commerce
Young Professionals
Group

In July 2016, we introduced our new organization to


the Long Island community at a Poolside Networking
Event hosted at the Huntington Hilton. Over the past
several months, The Smithtown Chamber’s Young
Professionals have gathered at Insignia Steakhouse,
Ragazzi’s Italian Kitchen & Bar, Napper Tandy’s,
H20 and Casa Mia’s Restaurant. We are pleased to
introduce our New Charter Members:

Construction & Home Improvement


John Rolko, Rolko Construction
133 3rd Street, St. James, (631) 873-9151

Accountant
Keith Annuziata, Friedman, LLP
50 Charles Lindburgh Blvd. Uniondale, (516) 281-9172

Financial Planning
Tyler Washington, Edward D. Jones, & Co. L.P
542 North Country Road Suite A, St. James, (631) 862-2020

Attorney
Alissa Van Horn, Esq., Van Horn & Friedman, PC
2 Main Street, Roslyn, (516) 277-2722

Staffing & Recruiting


Ron Reed, Corporate Hiring Solutions
80 Orville Drive, Suite 244, Bohemia, (631) 456-5667

Insurance
Michael McCord, McCord Agency
859 Connetquot Ave., Suite 11
Islip Terrace, (631) 277-7770

If you are interested in the joining the Young Professional Group –


Call The Smithtown Chamber office (631) 979-8069 or bfranco@smithtownchamber.com
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ACCOUNTANTS The Law Office of Frank
Greater S. Scagluso

Smithtown
Aboulafia & June, CPAs, PC Frank Scagluso
Ann Aboulafia (631) 265-9900
& Diane June 191 Terry Road
(631) 724-1020 Smithtown
317 Middle Country Chamber of Commerce
Road Law Offices of John B.
Suite # 3 M E M B E R S Zollo, P.C.
Smithown John Zollo
(631) 979-9022
Hall CPA Group
ARMED FORCES The Bristal at Lake Grove 38 Southern Blvd
Patricia Damm Suite 3
James Hall
United States Marine (631) 676-7580 Nesconset
(631) 269-7500
Staff Sgt Richard 2995 Middle Country
277 Indian Head
Castro Road
Road Taylor Eldridge &
(631) 265-3015 Lake Grove
Kings Park Endres, P.C.
141 E Main Street Edward Taylor
Smithtown Whisper Woods at
Michels & Hanley, CPAs, (631) 265-5550
Smithtown
LLP 811 W Jericho Tpke
US Army Career Center Desiree Baker
Michael Hanley and Suite 101W
Sgt Leabitt Sgt (631) 320-3181
Brian Michels Smithown
Lenore 71 St Johnland Road
(631) 360-2727 Smithtown
12 Bank Avenue (631)724-4917 The Doukas Law Group,
Smithtown 105 E. Main Street P.C.
Smithtown ATTORNEYS
Barbara Doukas
P. Bradley & Associates, LLC (631) 328-2900
ART GALLERY David J. Sobel, P.C.
Trish Bradley 99 Smithtown Blvd
David Sobel
(631) 656-0760 Smithtown
DDI-Main St (631) 265-9575
28 Manor Road 811 Jericho Turnpike
Smithtown Masterpieces Art Gallery
Smithtown AUDIOLOGY AND
Jacqueline Stevens HEARING AID
ALTERNATIVE/ (631) 360-4774
Doelger Law SERVICES
HOLISTIC HEALTH 9 W Main Street
Christopher Doelger
Smithtown Ear Works Audiology, PC
(631) 448-5600
The Holistic Center for 2 Brooksite Drive Jackie St John
Soulful Living ASPHAULT PAVING/ Suite 120 (631) 238-5785
Rob Koenig MAINTENANCE Smithtown 57 Southern Blvd
(631)864-3553 Suite 4
811 W Jericho Tpke Quality Blacktop Felberbaum, Halbridge Nesconset
Suite 203E Services, Inc & Wirth
Smithtown Steve Hellerman Robert Wirth Long Island Hearing, Inc.
(631) 979-6777 (631) 864-0800 Christine Kent
ARCHITECTS PO Box 782 357 Veterans (631) 972-5211
Smithtown Memorial Highway 55 Southern Blvd
Cataldo Grasso Commack Nesconset
Architects, PC ASSISUITED LIVING
Steven Cataldo FACILITY Futterman & Lanza, LLP Smithtown Hearing
(631) 724-2141 Aaron Futterman Services
14 Karl Avenue Amber Court of (631)979-4300 Rita Lorentz
Smithtown Smithtown 222 East Main Street (631) 656-6545
Maria Brownworth Suite 314 300 E Main Street
Mancini Architecture (516) 334-3838 Smithtown Suite 6
PLLC 3400 Brush Hollow Rd Smithtown
Mark Mancini Westbury Koeppel Martone &
(631) 979-0104 Leistman, LLP
222 Middle Country Sunrise Senior Living of Ryan Hild
Road Smithtown (516) 747-6300
Suite 226 Cindie Burgazzoli 155 First Street
Smithtown (631) 724-2299 Mineola
30 RTE 111
Smithtown

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AUTOMOBILE AUTOMOBILE, Capital One CANOES & KAYAKS
DEALERSHIPS REPAIRS Krystle DiGiovanna
(OVERNIGHT (631) 724-4500 Bob’s Canoe Rental, Inc.
Smith Haven Chrysler 82 East Main Street Bob Koliner
Jeep Dodge Ram Midnight Mechanics Smithtown (631) 269-9761
Alex Gomez Michael Striffler PO Box 529
(631) 863-2000 (631) 601-7864 Investors Bank Kings Park
794 Jericho Turnpike 12 Karl Avenue Kathy Rucci
St James Smithtown (631)273-2300 CATERING
1752 Veterans
Audi of Smithtown AUTOMOBILE, Highway Elegant Eating
Ray Brown REPAIRS/SERVICE/ Islandia Neil Schumer
(631) 979-6400 SUPPLIES (631) 360-2211
578 Middle Country Peoples United Bank 739 Smithtown
Road A&R Alignment & Auto Jeanne Quortrup Bypass
St James Repair (631) 360-9369x6 Smithtown
Dennis Murphy 1 East Main Street
Chevrolet of Smithtown (631) 499-1994 Smithtown Watermill Caterers
Al Williamson 6077 Jericho Loraine Krafft
(631) 265-6000 Turnpike Suffolk Federal (631) 724-3242
920 Middle Country Commack Credit Union 711 Smithtown
Road Gail DiGiacomo Bypass
St. James Town Line Auto Body (631) 924-8000 x8601 Smithtown
6150 Jericho
Fred Hagenberger
Competition Infiniti (631) 543-1720
Turnpike CATERING,
Richard Budd 954 W Jericho Tpke
Commack RESTAURANT, BAR
(631) 361-4636
Smithtown
601 Middle Country TD Bank Lessings at Stonebridge
Road Victor Montesinos GLCC
BAKERY
St James (631) 979-2752 Steve Kirschbaum
714 Smithtown (631) 656-6899
Alpine Pastry Shop
King O’Rourke Auto Bypass 2000 Raynors Way
Angelo & Smithtown
Group of Smithtown Smithtown
Peter Cuccia
Sean King
(631) 265-5610
(631) 724-4700 Teachers Federal CCTV
756 Smithtown 59 Rte 111 Credit Union MANUFACTURER
Bypass Smithtown Kathy Weber
Smithtown (631) 698-7000 x3380 Aventura
BANKS & CREDIT 1 W Main St Tina Perera
Mercedes-Benz of UNIONS Smithtown (631) 300-4000
Smithtown 48 Mall Drive
William Riedel Apple Bank For Savings The First National Bank Commack
(631) 265-2204 x111 Susan Krizek of L.I.
630 Middle Country (631) 724-8700 Stephen Pederson, V.P. CESSPOOL
Road 91 Rte 111 (631) 265-0200 SERVICES
St. James Smithtown 285 Middle Country
Road AAA Cesspool & Rooter
Smithtown Toyota/KIA Bethpage Federal Suite 104 Service
Denis Dagger Credit Union Smithtown James Wholey
(631) 724-3300 Kayla Gardner (631) 265-3410
360 E Jericho Tpke 800-628-7070 BUSINESS 225 Larch Lane
Smithtown 240 Middle Country ASSOCIATIONS Smithtown
Road
Ford of Smithtown Smithtown Smithtown Chamber CHIMNEY
Michael Governara of Commerce SERVICES
(631) 265-2340 Bridgehampton National Barbara Franco
440 E Jericho Bank (631) 979-8069 Chief Chimney Services Inc.
Turnpike Susan Hughes 79 E Main Street Diane Pilger
St James (631) 486-1610 Smithtown (631) 863-2460
180 East Main Street 24 Hofstra Dr
Smithtown Smithtown

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CHIROPRACTIC LI Against Domestic COSMETIC DANCE, SKATE
CARE Violence SURGERY & GYMNASTICS
Collen Merlo/ SUPPLIES
Smithtown Chiropractic Kathy Fallon Suffolk Plastic
David Wallman (631) 666-7181 Surgeons, PC. Dance ‘N Things
(631) 265-1727 320 Carleton Avenue (631) 689-2375 Lisa Spica
32 Lawrence Ave Central Islip 179 Belle Meade Rd (631) 360-4339
Smithtown Suite 1 79 E Main St
Options for Community East Setauket Suite C
CIGARS, PIPES & Living, Inc. Smithtown
ACCESSORIES Yolanda Robano- COUNSELING
Gross DENTISTRY
Matador Cigars (631) 361-9020 Family and Personal
Boris Grossman 202 E Main St Counseling Adelberg Montalvan
(631) 656-8228 Smithtown Pediatric Dental PC
Ronald Villano
582 Veterans Hwy Marc Adelberg
(631) 758-8290
Hauppauge S.C. Dept Economic (631) 360-7337
872 Middle Country
Development Road 62 Lake Avenue
COLLEGE Heidi Kowalchyk South
St James
DEVELOPMENT/ (631)853-4800 Nesconset
ALUMNI H. Lee Dennison
ENGAGEMENT CREDIT CARD
Building PROCESSING Kids-Smile
2nd Floor Hauppauge Childrens Dentistry
SCC Foundation/ Glen Korsen
Alumni Relations Tri-State Merchant
Smithtown Children’s (631) 265-3266
Russell Malbrough Services, Inc.
Foundation 50 Route 111
631-451-4630 John Carro
Christine Fitzgerald Suite 214
The Cottage-533 (631) 952-3600
(516) 835-1219 Smithtown
College Road 150 Motor Parkway
3 Saggese Lane
Selden Suite 401
Nesconset DENTISTRY &
Hauppauge
ORTHODONTICS
COMMUNITY Smithtown Historical
SERVICES DANCE
Society The Smilist
Marianne Howard
INSTRUCTION
Melanie Basile
9/11 Responder
(631) 265-6768 (631) 352-0642
Remembered Park Inc. Dance Magic Ballroom
239 E. Main Street 269 East Main Street
Martin Aponte (631)584-7100
Smithtown Smithtown
(631) 807-9208 655 Middle Country
PO Box 43 Road
Nesconset Smithtown Township EDUCATION,
Arts Council Smithtown SCHOOL
Guide Dog Foundation for Allison Cruz
(631) 862-6575 East Coast Artists B.E.S.T. Learning
the Blind, Inc Dance Center
Jamie McGrade 660 Rte 25A Center, Inc.
St James Daniel Longo Teresa Fitzpatrick
(631) 930-9000 (631) 257-5450
371 E Jericho Tpke (631) 864-4064
Stonybrook University 975 West Jericho 525 Veterans
Smithtown
Community Relations Turnpike Memorial Hwy
Joan Dickinson Smithtown Smithtown
Developmental
Disabilities Institute (631) 632-9117
Wendy Elsen 441 Administration Fred Astaire Dance Harbor Country Day
(631) 297-3261 Stony Brook Studios-Smithtown School
90 Adams Ave Anneliece/or/Kim Katherine O’Brien
Suite E The Smithtown Library (414) 232-5824 (631) 584-5555
Hauppauge Julie DeLaney 11 W Main Street 17 Three Sisters Rd
(631) 265-2072 X202 Smithtown St James
James Ely Miller 148 Smithtown Blvd
American Legion Nesconseet Sappo School
Carl Ocampo Michael Sauer
(631) 724-1804 (631) 736-2146
51 Juniper Ave 40 Kings Park Road
Smithtown Commack

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SM Schools Industry. EDUCATION, ELECTRONICS ENTERTAINMENT,
Advisory Board SCHOOLS & RECYCLING CHILDREN
Mary GrafSuitein CAMPS
(631) 382-5210 E-Solutions USA, LLC George’s Innovative
10 School St Ivy League School Nicholas Gerbino Inflatables
St James, NY & Day Camp (631) 234-7362 Rachel Zuckerman
Noah Cooper 200 Engineers Road
(631) 757-0294
Smithtown Central (631)265-4177 Suite 1, Hauppauge
108 John Street
School District 211 Brooksite Drive Shohola
Dr. James Grossane Smithtown ENGINEERING
(631) 382-2006 SERVICES
EVENT PLANNING
26 New York Ave EDUCATION,
Smithtown SERVICES, DAY Petracca Design &
Engineering, PC Flair Events by Priya
CARE CHILD CARE
Thomas Petracca, P.E. Priya Kapoor
The Knox School
(631) 361-9825 (917) 310-8742
Kristen Tillona-Baker SCOPE Education
199 E Main Street 529 Nolting Ave
(631) 686-1600 Services Suite 3 North Babylon
541 Long Beach Road George Duffy Smithtown
St James (631) 360-0800 x116
100 Lawrence Ave EYE CARE
Tangel Engineering
Smithtown Associates, P.C.
Sight-MD
Timothy Tangel
(631) 750-2800 Noreen Desdio
285 Middle Country (631) 265-8780
Road 100 Motor Parkway
Suite 208 Suite 110
Smithtown Hauppauge

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FABRIC Synergy Wealth FOOD MARKET GYMNASTICS
WHOLESALE Strategies
James Verdi North Shore Farms The Little Gym
Edgar Fabrics, Inc. (631) 961-5461 Christina Jones Liz Campfield
Jeffrey Rubin 277 E Main Street (631) 499-8350 (631) 360-7777
(631) 435-8989 Smithtown 40 Vanderbilt Motor 70 E Main Street
50 Commerce Drive Parkway Smithtown
Hauppauge The Design Capital Commack
Planning Group, Inc. Gold Medal Gymnastics
FASHION Richard/Louise Stop & Shop Supermarket Doreen Colombo
RETAILERS Fallica Sere Quarle (631) 366-4653
(631) 979-6161 (631) 366-0038 253 W. Main Street
Indie Boutique 720 Smithtown 291 W Main Street Smithtown
Suzanne Lagalante ByPass-East Wing Smithtown
(631) 499-4100 P.O. Box 728 HAND SURGERY
6401 Jericho Smithtown The Fresh Market
Turnpike Nasim Soorami Ather Mirza, MD PC
Commack ZEA Financial (631) 265-5970 (631) 361-5302
David Rosenblatt 138 E. Main Street 290 E Main Street
Lularoe (631) 257-7477 Smithtown Suite 200
Tracey Alison 350 Motor Pkwy Smithtown
(631) 871-2701 Suite 404 Uncle Giuseppe’s
Hauppauge Market Place HEALTH CARE
Niche Boutique Christa Speranza FACILITIES/
Christine Mazelis (631) 863-0900
Nuccio Wealth NURSING HOMES
(631) 406-6160 Strategies 95 Route 111
213 Lake Avenue Gary Nuccio Smitthown
Brookside Multicare
St James (631) 582-9770x399 Nursing Center
640 Johnson Ave FUNERAL HOMES
Maura Ryan
FINANCE, Suite 201 (631) 724-2200
COMMERCIAL Bohemia Branch Funeral Home
7 Route 25A
John & Paul Vigliante
Smithtown
Bizhelp Inc. (631) 724-9500
FIRE & WATER
Paul Tantillo 190 E Main St
CLEANUP & Smithtown Center for
(631) 512-0790 Smithtown
RESTORATION Rehab & Nursing Care
65 W Main Street
Smithtown Moloney Family Marsha Noren
ServiceMaster Fire & (631) 361-2020
Funeral Homes. Inc.
Water Clean-Up 391 No Country Road
FINANCIAL Peter Moloney
PLANNING & Greg Pace (631) 588-1515 Smithown
ADVISORY (631) 759-8080 132 Ronkonkoma Ave
SERVICES 26 Cain Drive Lake Ronkonkoma St. Catherine of Siena
Brentwood Nursing & Rehab
Branch Financial GAS TURBINE John Chowske
Services, Inc. Servpro of Greater PARTS (631) 862-3200
Harlan Fischer Smithtown 52 Route 25A
(631) 979-6000 Frank Solano Allied Dynamics Corp. Smithtown
50 Rte 111 (631) 265-9200 Shirley Mazzullo
Suite 206 620 Johnson Ave (631) 543-6188 St. James
Smithtown Suite 8 84 Modular Avenue Healthcare Center
Bohemia Commack William St. George
Stifel (631) 862-8000 x103
Kevin Healy FIRE/EMS SAFETY GIFT BASKETS- 275 Moriches Rd
(631) 360-5710 EQUIPMENT FRUIT/FOOD/ St. James
1393 Veterans SWEETS
Memorial Highway Fire Research Corp. St. Johnland
Suite 214N Brian Foley Edible Arrangements Nursing Center
Hauppauge (631) 724-8888 of Smithtown Cathie Wardell
26 Southern Blvd Gokce Bozkurt (631) 663-2457
Nesconset (631) 979-8000 395 Sunken Meadow
81 E Main Street Road
Smithtown Kings Park

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HEALTH CLUBS/ HOCKEY/ St. Catherine of Siena HOUSE CLEANING
PERSONAL LACROSSE Medical Center
TRAINING EQUIPMENT Heather Reynolds The Maids Home Service
(631) 862-3523 Kenneth QuenStedt
Energy Fitness & Pure Hockey 50 Route 25A (631) 435-1560
Wellness Harris Barton Smithtown 68 Cain Drive
Angela Lavrenchik (631) 982-9440 Brentwood
(631) 862-1737 134 E Main Street Stony Brook University
555 North Country Smithtown Hospital ICES/ICE CREAM
Yvonne Spreckels
Road
St James HOME ENERGY (631) 444-5250 Mister Softee
EFFICIENCY 188 Belle Mead Road of Smithtown
E. Setauket David Keller
Gold’s Gym
Triple H Contracting (516) 729-8129
Karen HOTELS
Christopter Grossmann 79 Division Street
(631) 863-1616 Holtsville
(631)484-8284
100 Landing Avenue 90 Arlington Ave Holiday Inn Express
Smithown St James Lenore Paprocky Uncle Louie G
(631) 471-8000 Giovanni Chiarelli
HOBBIES HOSPITALS/ 3131 Nesconset (631) 406-7446
MEDICAL CENTERS Highway 10A East Main Street
3 Guys Hobbies Centereach St James
Betty Michels Northwell Health/
(631) 265-8303 Huntington
10 Lawrence Ave Matthew DePace
Smithtown (631) 396-6710
614 Main Street
Islip

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IMPORT/EXPORT The Schaefer Agency LANDSCAPE MANUFACTURERS
CONSULTANTS Chris Schaefer DESIGN & BUILD
(631) 979-7474 Hohmann and Barnard, Inc.
TreOrra, Inc. 201 E.Main Street Metamorphosis Ronald Hohmann
Tara Hoey Smithtown Landscape Design (631) 234-0600
(516) 777-0003 Jason Merz 30 Rasons Court
53 North Park Ave The Troiano Agency, Inc. (631) 673-6382 Hauppauge
Suite T Jeff Troiano 810 Middle Country Rd
Rockville Centre (631) 724-2100 St James L-3 Narda-MITEQ
All State Insurance Carol Clontz
INDOOR SPORTS 89 E. Main Street LANDSCAPING, (631) 436-7400
ARENA Smithtown GIFTS & GARDENS 435 Moreland Road
Hauppauge
The Sports Arena Williams & Williams Mazelis’ Landscape
Adam Dichter Insurance Contracting Pneumercator Company
(631) 361-9288 Glenn Williams Stephen Mazelis Jonathan Levy
620 Middle Country Rd (631) 265-5511 (631) 724-5425 (631) 293-8450
St James 25 Manor Road 400 N. Country Road 1785 Expressway
Smithtown St. James Drive N
INFECTION Hauppauge
CONTROL State Farm Insurance LIMOUSINE
PRODUCTS Lynne M. Barnhardt SERVICE Siemens Industry Inc.
Lynne Barnhardt
Beth Tomasi
Crosstex International, Inc. (631) 265-5030 M & V Limousines, Ltd. (631) 231-3600
Andrew Whitehead 58 N Country Rd Mark Vigliante 155 Plant Avenue
(631) 582-6777 Smithtown (631) 543-0908 Hauppauge
10 Ranick Road 1117 Jericho Tpke
Hauppauge INTERIOR DESIGN Commack
MANUFACTURING
SUPPORT
INFORMATION Natalie WeinSuitein LIQUOR STORE
TECHNOLOGY Design Associates
Natalie WeinSuitein SuiteierGen LLC
Figari’s Liquor Store
(631) 862-6198 Nathaniel Suiteier
2M Enterprises John Figari
459 Lake Ave (631) 456-0393
Yui Hang Mui (631) 265-1020
St James 34 E Main Street
(631) 888-9383 120 E Main St
Suite 409
1541 Smithtown Ave Smithtown
JEWELERS Smithtown
Bohemia
The Wine Guy, Inc.
INSURANCE Bunty’s Jewelry Ltd John Volpi MARTIAL ARTS
Kathleen Pierri (631) 780-6200
Amica Mutual Insurance (631) 366-0106 220 West Main Street MonSuiter Brazilian
Company 47 Rte 111 Route 25 Jiu-Jitsu & MMA
Emily Kidd Smithtown Smithtown Sean Murphy
800-742-6422 x21472 (631) 683-5100
898 Veterans KITCHEN & BATH LUMBER YARD 24 Bellemeade Ave
Memorial Hwy CABINETRY/ Suite D
Suite 220 REMODELING Sider Lumber & Smithtown
Hauppauge Supply Co. Inc.
Artistic Cabinetry LLC Joseph Sider MASONRY,
McCord Agency Alex Pfitzer (631) 265-1012 LANDSCAPE
Michael McCord (631) 686-5545 45 Southern Blvd DESIGN
(631) 277-7770 720 Smithtown Nesconset Designs By Longo
859 Connetquot Ave Bypass Carmine Longo
Suite 11 Smithtown MAINTENANCE (631) 320-2070
Islip & JANITORIAL PO Box 238
SUPPLIES Selden
Nationwide Insurance
Tim Tango NV Maintenance
(631) 543-0500 Victor Noce
1139 Jericho (631) 650-5970
Turnpike Suite 5 1695 Roosevelt Ave
Commack Bohemia

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MASSAGE THERAPY MOBILITY MUSICAL ORTHODONTIST
PRODUCTS ENTERTAINMENT:
Harmony Massage SING A LONG North Shore Orthodontics
Emily Lehecka Bussani Mobility Craig Smith/Marion
(631) 486-0928 (631) 240-4294 Mary Peck: Stage & (631) 265-3435
2171 Jericho Turnpike 401 Middle Country Screen 50 Route 111
Suite 335 Road Mary Peck Suite 214
Commack Smithtown (631) 560-0701 Smithtown
4 Camelia Place
Healing Hands Massage MORTGAGE Hauppauge ORTHOPAEDIC/
Therapy PC SERVICES PHYSIATRY SPINE
Cindi Prentiss NATURE CENTER SPECIALISTS
(631) 366-5111 Citibank, N.A. & WILDLIFE
59 Landing Ave Robert Bernstein EDUCATION Long Island Spine
Smithtown (516) 353-8977 Specialists, PC
68 South Service Sweetbriar Nature Mae Caime
MATH LEARNING Road, 4th Floor Center (631) 462-2225
CENTER Melville Marie Smith 763 Larkfield Road
(631) 979-6344 Commack
Mathnasium MOSAIC GLASS 62 Eckerncamp
Theresa O’Leary ART AND STUDIO Smithtown OVERNIGHT AUTO
(631) 257-5386 CLASSES REPAIR
140A E Main Street NUTRITIONAL
Smithtown The Shard Art Shoppe SUPPLEMENTS Midnight Mechanics
Anna Fenimore Michael Striffler
MEDIA ADVERTISING (917) 217-3958 Country Life (631) 601-7864
2 Flowerfield Mary Tillot 12 Karl Avenue
Altice Media/News 12 St James (631) 232-5076 Smithtown
Tina Rivera 180 Vanderbuilt
(516)393-1389
MOVING AND Motor Pkwy PAINT AND
111 Crossways Park
STORAGE Hauppauge SUPPLIES
Drive West
Woodbury
Bayshore Moving & ONLINE CLOTHING Sherwin-Williams
Storage, Inc. & ACCESSORIES Annalisa Esposito
MEDICAL BREAST
Robert Jacoutot (631) 979-2638
BOUTIQUE
(631) 231-1313 x104 ModaMoo LLC 603 Nesconset
One Corporate Drive Ashley Sidna Highway
A World of Pink, Inc.
Hauppauge (631) 921-5116 Hauppauge
Christine Guarino
(516) 513-1275 89 Prescott Lane
190 Duffy Ave MUSIC LESSONS Smithtown PAINTING,
Hicksville & PERFORMANCE PAPERHANGING,
CENTER ONLINE MEDIA POWERWASHING
MEDICAL CARE
Musicology Performance Long Island.com Bart Templeton Painting
Mount Sinai Doctors Center Cait Russell & Paperhanging
Long Island Patrick Castania (631) 406-4410 Bart Templeton
Tina Castellano (631) 352-5535 67 Harned Road (631) 543-1180
(631) 659-1700 90-92 W.Main Street Suite 2C 132 Grassy Pond
59 Southern Blvd Smithtown Commack Drive South
Nesconset Smithtown
Rock-N- Roll University OPTOMETRIST
METEOROLOGICAL Jessica Gallone PEST CONTROL
INSTRUMENTS & (631) 656-5902 Smithtown Optical SERVICES
SYSTEMS 531 Route 111 Robert Dondiego
Hauppauge (631) 360-3420 Suburban Exterminating
Climatronics Corporation 2 Miller Pl Jason Byer/Carolyn
David Gilmore Smithtown (631) 864-6900
(631) 567-7300 879 W Jericho
606 Johnson Ave Turnpike
Suite 28 Attn: Carolyn
Bohemia Smithtown

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PET SUPPLIES United Rehab PROPERTY NYS Assemblyman
Physical Therapy MANAGER, Michael Fitzpatrick
Scoochie Pet Products Krishna Kalidindi PT COMMERCIAL (631) 724-2929
Gary Jacobs (631) 389-4650 50 Rte 111
(516) 455-6631 740 Veterans Acadia Realty Trust Smithtown
PO Box 984 Memorial Highway Jeremy Hill
Smithtown Hauppauge (914) 288-8197 NYS Senator John
411 Theodore Fremd Flanagan
PHARMACEUTICALS PLUMBING & Avenue (631) 361-2154
HEATING Suite 300 Rye 260 Main Street
A & Z Pharmaceutical, Inc. Suite 102
Winona Kwok Outstanding Plumbing & PROPERTY TAX Robert Caroppoli,
(631) 952-3802 Heating, Inc. GRIEVANCES Director of
180 Oser Ave Robert Cartelli Communication
Suite 300 (631) 615-9184 Long Island Tax Cut, LLC
Hauppauge 34 E Main Street Mitchell Drucker Smithtown Receiver
Suite 354 (631) 415-4054 of Taxes
Bronson Nutritionals Smithtown 51 E Main Street Deanna Varricchio
LLC/Bronson Lab Smithtown (631) 360-7614
Saif Kibria PLUMBING, 99 W Main St
(631) 750-0000 HEATING & AIR PUBLIC OFFICIALS
70 Commerce Drive CONDITIONING Smithtown Town Clerk
Hauppauge 12th Suffolk City Vincent Puleo
B&R Plumbing & Heating Legislative District (631) 360-7620
Contract Pharmacal Corp. Kylin DePaolo Legis. Leslie Kennedy 99 Main Street
Matthew Hildebrand (631) 580-7500 (631) 854-3735
(631) 231-4610 315 Smithtown Blvd 725 Veterans Suffolk County Police
135 Adams Avenue Nesconset Highway Bldg Dept, 4th Pct
Hauppauge Suite 17 Insp Murphy
POOL COVERS & PO Box 6100 (631) 854-8401
LNK International, Inc. LINERS Hauppauge 345 Old Willets Path
Elaine Lichas Hauppauge
(631) 435-3500 Pool Cover Corp. dba 13th Suffolk City
22 Arkay Drive LOOP-LOC Legislative District
Mary Ellen Comitino
PUBLICATIONS
Hauppauge Legis. Robert Trotta
(631) 582-2626 (631) 854-3900
All Island Media
PHOTOGRAPHY 390 Motor Parkway 59 Landing Ave
Hauppauge Carmello Fazio
Smithtown
(631) 297-9011
One Fine Day
PRINTING & 1 Rodeo Drive
Photographers and Councilman Ed
PROMOTIONALS Edgewood
Video Inc. Wehrheim
Howard Fritz (631) 360-7621
(631) 824-3800 Minuteman Press 99 W Main Street ET Week Publications
1041B West Jericho Ray Fryer Smithtown Marc Piperno
Turnpike (631) 406-7979 (631) 543-7445
Smithtown 196 West Main Street Councilman Thomas 356 Vets Highway
Smithtown McCarthy Suite 8N
Renaissance Studio, Ltd (631) 360-7621 Commack
Ron Denenberg Queens Reprographics 99 W Main Street
(631) 979-8429 Richard Lombardi Smithtown Long Island
39 W. Main Street (516) 747-0076 Business News
Smithtown 389 Old Hauppauge Councilwoman Lisa Joe Giametta
Road Inzerillo (631) 913-4249 x2150
PHYSICAL Smithtown (631) 360-7621 Smithtown Avenue
THERAPISTS 99 W Main Street Suite 7
Smithtown Ronkonkoma
Physical Therapy
and Beyond Councilwoman Lynne
Cindi Prentiss Nowick
(631) 361-5111 (631) 360-7621
59 Landing Ave 99 W Main Street
Smithtown Smithtown

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Long Island Pulse The Smithtown News REAL ESTATE Daniel Gale Southeby’s
Magazine Jennifer Paley SERVICES Int’l Realty
Katie Cox (631) 265-2100 Marianne Koke
(631) 289-4315 1 Brooksite Drive Century 21 Castle Realty (631) 584-6600
1 Terry Road Smithtown Jeanne Hayes 499 Lake Avenue
(516) 695-0169 St James
Suite 1
RADIOLOGY/ 575 Portion Route
Patchogue
OUTPATIENT Road Douglas Elliman Realty
IMAGING Unit 2 Robin DiGirolamo
Newsday Media Group (631) 543-9400
Peter Wolke Lake Ronkonkoma
Medical Arts Radiology 996 West Jericho
(631) 687-5782 Henry Ly Turnpike
Coach Realtors
235 Pinelawn Road (631) 982-1570 Smithtown
Denise Reinke
Melville 267 East Main Street
(631) 360-1900
Building A Exit Realty Achieve
255 W Main St
Nissequogue Smithtown Susan Hamblen
Smithtown (631) 543-2009
Village Living
Tammy Coyle Northwell Health 956 West Jericho
Imaging at Smithtown Coldwell Banker Turnpike
(631) 833-1378 Residental Brokerage
Jaime DeMartino Smithtown
71 Bellecrest Ave Karin Hendricks
(631) 775-3456
East Northport (631) 863-9800
226 Middle Country John Savoretti Realty
Road 28 E Main St John Savoretti
Smithtown Messenger, Inc Smithtown Smithtown (631) 656-8600
Phil Sciarillo 59 W Main Street
(631) 265-3500 Smithtown
1 West Main Street
Smithtown

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RE/MAX Beyond New York Commercial Casa Rustica Hauppauge Palace Diner
Louise Tudisco, LAB, Real Estate, LTD Benny Gambino James Gonias
CBR, SRES. Jack Jawdat (631) 265-9265 631-724-1775
(631) 513-6814 (631) 656-0360 175 W. Main Street 525 Smithtown
732 Smithtown Smithtown Bypass
177 W. Main Street
Bypass Hauppauge
Smithtown Chop Shop
Smithtown
Ralph Belfiore Insignia Steakhouse
RE/MAX Beyond RESTAURANTS (631) 360-3383 Keri D’Arpa
Allan & Regina 47 E Main Street (631) 656-8100
Eldridge Aji 53 Smithtown 610 Smithtown
(631)862-1100 Nelson Lam Bypass
177 W Main Street (631) 979-0697 Ciro’s Restaurant Smithtown
Smithtown 1 Miller Place of Hauppauge
Smithtown Robert Mejia Luso Restaurant
(631) 761-6378 Luisa Batista
Signature Premier
American Roadside 470 Wheeler Road (631) 406-6820
Properties Hauppauge 133 W. Main Street
Adam Lucklewicz
Claire Leface Smithtown
631-271-4444
(631) 360-2800 80 East Main Street Crazy Crepe LLC
7 West Main Street Smithtown Kevin Muller Mema’s Little
Smithtown (631) 656-8866 Italian Kitchen
Andrea’s 25 Restaurant 71 East Main Street Jonathan Aronson
Signature Premier Tyson Smithtown (631) 543-8500
Properties (631) 486-7400 1147 Jericho
6300 Jericho Croxley’s Ale House Turnpike
Terry Wolf Joseph Mendolia
Turnpike Commack
(631) 697-7047 (631) 656-8787
7 West Main Street Commack
155 West Main Street Millers Ale House
Smithtown Smithtown Rich Gent
Bahama Breeze
(631) 493-2370
Restaurant
REAL ESTATE, Jaime Martini
Espana Tapas and 88 Veterans Memorial
COMMERCIAL Wine Bar Highway
(631) 366-6212
Julio Caro Commack
612 Smith Haven (631) 656-1564
230 Adams Holding, LLC Mall 655 Middle Country Monte’s Pizzeria
Debra Marotta Lake Grove Road Andrew Monteleone
(631) 630-9706 St James (631) 979-2020
119 West Main Street Butera’s of Smithtown 300 Maple Ave
Smithtown Laurie Butera Faradays of Smithtown Smithtown
(631) 979-9113 Claudia LaGrega
Coldwell Banker 65 East Main Street (631) 724-1031 Old Street Restaurant
Smithown 17 W. Main Street and Bar
Commercial
Tracie Bryan Smithtown Frank Pizzimenti
Butterfields Restaurant (631) 979-9073
(631) 664-4499 Michael Shalley Garden Grill 92 E Main St
1601 Vets Highway (631) 851-1507 Gloria Marsilio Smithtown
Suite 420 661 Old Willets Path (631) 265-8771
Islandia Hauppauge 64 N Country Rd Pizza Rev
Smithtown Jessica Lara
Damianos Realty Group LLC Carrabba’s Italian Grill (631) 388-5336
X.Cristofer Damianos David Preisler H2O Seafood Grill 694 Motor Parkway
(631) 360-9000 (631) 265-1304 Michael Bohlsen Suite 2
222 Middle Country 730 Smithtown (631) 361-6464 Hauppauge
Bypass 215 W. Main Street
Road
Smithtown Smithtown Ragazzi Italian Kitchen
Suite 300
& Bar
Smithtown Casa Mia Roger Bedoian
Alexandra Plevritis (631) 265-8200
(631) 257-5758 2950 Middle Country
321 Nesconset Hwy Road
Hauppauge Nesconset
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Sal’s Restaurant/ SELF STORAGE SOLAR PANEL THEATER
Bar/Pizzeria AND SELF MOVING SYSTEMS
Sal Formica Sunshine Plus Solar Corp Smithtown Center for the
(631) 543-6000 Zippy Shell of L.I. Kevin Creamer Performing Arts
1012 West Jericho Bobby Mazzeo (631) 422-3500 Ken and Laura
Turnpike (631) 524-5451 15 4th Ave Washington
Smithtown 33 Pine Ridge Drive Smithtown (631) 724-3700
Smithtown 2 W Main Street
Sangria 71 SUBSTANCE Smithtown
Rosendo Fernandez SENIOR SERVICES ABUSE
(631) 670-7606 COUNSELING Staller Center for the Arts
1095 Jericho Home InStead SERVICES Daria Carioscia
Turnpike Senior Care (631) 632-7232
Commack Jamie Lavin Horizons Stony Brook
(631) 724-2273 Elaine University
Thai House 900 Wheeler Road Economopoulos 2032 Staller Center
Allen Holmquist Suite 240 (631) 360-7578 Stony Brook
(631) 979-5242 Hauppauge 161 E Main Street
53 W Main St Smithtown THERAPEUTIC
Smithtown Oasis Senior Advisor MASSAGE &
Ayman Awad SUPPLEMENTAL SKINCARE
The Grill (631) 265-9591 INSURANCE
Michael Silva 24 Whitney Gate LaVida Massage
(631) 436-7330 Smithtown Jessica Nuzzo
Combined Insurance
160 Adams Ave Robert Starkman (631) 979-9000
Hauppauge Right At Home 87 Route 111
(631) 836-1311
Gregg Balbera
17 Daremy Circle Smithtown
(631) 352-0022
Villa Sorrento Medford
754 Old Country Road
Salvatore Coppola TITLE COMPANY
Plainview
(631) 265-9865 SWIMMING
823 Jericho Tunrpike
Senior Callers
INSTRUCTION MacAbstract
St James Christopher
Linda Smith
(631) 941-0079 Saf-T-Swim McNamara
RESTAURANTS, P.O. Box 38 Aimee (631) 543-8100
WINE BAR Stony Brook (631) 406-7316 145 Marcus Blvd
7 Browns Road Suite 4
Le Vin Wine Bar & Tapas SHIPPING Nesconset Hauppauge
Denise Day SERVICES
(631) 979-9463 TENNIS AND TRAVEL AGENCY
356 Smith Haven The UPS Store SPORT FACILITIES
Mall Allison Braet AAA Northeast
Lake Grove (631) 724-7447 Sportime Kings Park Marsha Kolomick
34 E. Main Street Lorraine Wern (631) 265-5809
RUNNING/WALKING Smithtown (631) 269-6300 729 Smithtown
SHOES AND 275 Old Indian Head Bypass
APPAREL SHOPPING MALL Road Smithtown
Kings Park
Smithtown Running Smith Haven Mall TREE SERVICE
Company Ann Stoltz TEXTILES,
Michael Nolan (631) 724-8066 FURNITURE, Reliable Tree Service Inc.
(631) 780-6591 313 Smith Haven DRAPERY Frank Prisco
91 E Main Street Mall HARDWARE (631) 366-6299
Smithtown Lake Grove 927 West Jericho
Duralee Turnpike
SATELLITE Cheryl Silberman Smithtown
COMMUNICATIONS (631) 273-8800
Globecomm Systems Inc. 49 Wireless
Steven Stryska Boulevard Suite 150
(631) 231-9800 Hauppauge
45 Oser Ave
Hauppauge

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VINEYARDS Winters Bros Waste YOUTH BOWLING
Systems PROGRAM
Whisper Vineyards Diane Busacca
Laura Gallagher (516) 937-0900 Smithtown Youth
(631) 257-5222 120 Nancy Street Bowling Assoc
485 Edgewood Ave West Babylon Nick Attardi /Janet
St James WeSuitern
WEB DESIGN (631)935-3603
VISION CARE, 200 Landing Ave
EYEWEAR Generations Beyond Smithtown
Jesse Wroblewski
Brookhaven Opticians (631) 696-0324 YOUTH SERVICES-
Paul Mastrorocco 701-6 Koehler Ave SPORTS, CAMPS
(631) 265-5767 2nd Floor
85 E Main St Ronkonkoma St Patricks Youth
Smithtown Community
WHOLESALE Cynthia Marsh
WASTE REMOVAL OUTLETS (631) 360-0185
AND CARTING 280 E Main Street
COSTCO Smithtown
V. Garofalo Carting Inc. Joanne Frischling
Valerie Garske (631) 366-1504
(631) 231-0999 3000 Middle Country
926 Crooked Hill Road
Road Nesconset
Brentwood

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