One of the reasons we all choose to live or work in Islip Township is our "Quality of Life," which is a somewhat hard to define, but appearance is certainly an important part of that definition. Littered roadways and graffiti covered walls and buildings immediately detract from the beauty of a town. KIC was founded in 1989 to assure that Islip Town would continue to enjoy a Quality of Life of which we could all be proud.

KIC's Board of Directors consists of residents from each of Islip's towns who are active in their own community. These Commissioners represent their hometown on the Board and there is a valuable exchange of ideas on how to best accomplish KIC's objectives. Commissioners are all volunteers and the only salaried person is the KIC Executive Director.

KIC is a not-for-profit affiliate of the nationwide organization Keep America Beautiful, Inc. (KAB), which has 400 other affiliates like KIC scattered across the country. With KAB's help, KIC has developed many programs to achieve our Quality of Life objectives.

None of our objectives could be met without our many dedicated volunteers, who are the foundation of KIC.

Meet KIC:
Kay Erwood, Chairman
Nancy Donohue, First Vice Chairman
Tiffany DiBenedetto, Second Vice Chairman
Tom O'Hara, Treasurer
Nancy Cochran, Executive Director

Sean Collins, Bay Shore
Gloria Johnston, West Islip
William Johnston, West Islip
Felicia Lenox, East Islip
Pamela Raymond, Sayville
Peggy Ruth, Holbrook
Cynthia Wolffer, Holbrook
Hank Wolffer, Holbrook

Join Us: Click here to become involved with KIC!

Did you know there are 18 Hamlets in Islip Township?
Bayport, Bay Shore, Bohemia, Brentwood, Village of Brightwaters, Central Islip, East Islip, Great River, Hauppauge, Holbrook, Islip, Islip Terrace, Village of Islandia, Oakdale, Ronkonkoma, Sayville, West Islip, West Sayville.
(Click here for Town of Islip Map)

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