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Supervisor Angie Carpenter, Councilman O'Connor and Nancy Cochran in group photo

March 4th, 2022 Islip Town Supervisor Angie Carpenter and Councilman James P. O’Connor presented a Citation of Recognition to Keep Islip Clean Executive Director Nancy Cochran upon her retirement after nearly 16 years of service to the Town. Nancy filled the role of Executive Director of Keep Islip Clean (KIC) in May 2006 and through her leadership, KIC has recruited and managed over 4,000 volunteers each year, who participate in anti-litter, graffiti abatement, beautification, recycling and educational programs.

“I’ve worked closely with Nancy on many KIC projects, including in her role as a board member of the Islip Town Environmental Council (ITEC). Nancy raised the awareness of climate change early on, and through her work, gave today’s youth the knowledge and the tools to do their part in protecting the future of our environment and for that, we are forever grateful,” said Islip Town Supervisor Angie Carpenter. “We wish Nancy all the best in her retirement,” said the Supervisor.

“Nancy is a true pillar of inspiration within our community. Through her leadership, Keep Islip Clean has become one of the most hands-on volunteer organizations in our Town. Together with volunteers, Nancy leaves behind a legacy of cleaner and greener communities,” said Islip Town Councilman, James O’Connor.

During her tenure, Nancy expanded KIC programs and activities, including creative initiatives such as the Recycled Halloween Costumes Contest that garnered community interest and teaches the importance of upcycling reusable materials.

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