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Ronkonkoma gets Islip-side welcome sign

Officials recently celebrated the installation of a sign

Officials recently celebrated the installation of a sign on the Islip side of Ronkonkoma hamlet. (Oct. 28, 2013) (Credit: Chelsea Katz)

Islip’s portion of Ronkonkoma now has its own welcome sign.

Town officials on Saturday celebrated the installation of the first-ever Ronkonkoma sign at Johnson and Ocean avenues.

The project added trees, landscaping and signage to show visitors they’re on the Islip side of Ronkonkoma, a hamlet that also straddles Brookhaven.


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Flanked by shrubs, the red wooden sign also displays information about upcoming civic meetings.

Councilwoman Trish Bergin Weichbrodt and other civic leaders held a ribbon-cutting ceremony at Saturday morning.
 

Tags: Islip , Ronkonkoma , Trish Bergin Weichbrodt

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