Smithtown Town Council 99 W Main St, Smithtown, NY11787 Town Council members Thomas J. McCarthy, Edward R. Wehrheim, Robert J. Creighton and Kevin J. Malloy work with Town…More Supervisor Patrick R. Vecchio to build the Smithtown community. Council members participate in formal meetings twice monthly, during which they may enact ordinances, manage budget and personnel matters, oversee townwide planning and zoning and establish recreation areas. Residents elect council members every four years. Each member serves as a liaison for particular departments under the town's jurisdiction and keeps part-time office hours to respond to resident inquiries.
State of NY Assembly Member Office 50 Route 111, Smithtown, NY11787 Michael J. Fitzpatrick has been representing the 7th Assembly District, which consists of the town of Smithtown and…More parts of Islip and Brookhaven townships since November 2002. Prior to being elected to the New York State Assembly, Mr. Fitzpatrick was a 15-year member of Smithtown Town Council, from 1988 - 2003.
Smithtown Office of the Supervisor 99 W Main St, Smithtown, NY11787 The supervisor acts as Smithtown's chief fiscal and executive officer, overseeing and approving the town budget,…More creating committees and presiding over the town council. Patrick R. Vecchio is the current town supervisor. He holds the title of longest presiding supervisor in New York State. Vecchio is a former assistant director of special investigations for the New York State Tax Department, a former detective sergeant in the New York City Police Department and a veteran of the United States Army.
Since 1980, the Smithtown Youth Bureau has been dedicated to creating social conditions that promote the well-being…More of Smithtown's children, youth and families through many different services and programs.
The Bureau plans and supports anti-bullying initiatives, leadership development activities and prevention programs. Executive Director Patsy Hirschhorn and her staff also administer the Parent Resource Center, which offers workshops and activities to help parents through all stages of their children's lives.
The Bureau is always seeking interested high-school-age residents to participate in a town-wide youth council.