Islip Town Board members seek to strip Supervisor Tom Croci of duties

Some board members say the no-confidence move is

Some board members say the no-confidence move is a way of voicing their opinion of Croci's job performance. (January 29, 2013 7:27 PM)

Four members of the Islip Town Board want to strip Town Supervisor Tom Croci of some of his duties, and residents are demanding answers.

Residents came out in droves to question why the Republican-dominated board would want to usurp duties from the Republican supervisor.

The four Republican board members voted to set a future public hearing on transferring control...

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