Smithtown Comptroller's Office 40 Maple Ave, Smithtown, NY11787 Under Town Comptroller Anthony A. Minerva, the office assists and advises the supervisor and town board on the town's…More financial affairs. The department disburses town funds in accordance with the budget, audits all claims for payment, prepares the town's payroll, invests town funds and secures loans. The office works in conjunction with the town assessor and the receiver of taxes and is responsible for maintaining official town financial records.
Smithtown Library 1 N Country Rd, Smithtown, NY11787 The Smithtown Library is a cornerstone of the community, dating back to 1907, when materials were housed in Judge…More Lawrence Smith's law office. The first permanent library building opened in 1912, and that building was moved across the street to its present location in 1950. The Smithtown Library system is the largest on Long Island, 10th largest in the New York State, and consists of the main Smithtown building and the Kings Park, Commack and upcoming Nesconset branches. The library's collection exceeds 495,000 books and other materials, and circulation totals around 847,000 materials each year. In 2001, Smithtown residents voted to separate the library from the Town of Smithtown. The library is now independent, operating under its own Board of Trustees and budget. In 2008, residents approved a $21 million renovation project to improve and expand the three existing library buildings and create a permanent Nesconset Branch in the abandoned Nesconset Armory building.
The Smithtown Chamber has three simple goals: to attract both long-time residents and newcomers, to…More promote business in the area and to continue a close working relationship with village and town officials, school boards and civic organizations.</p>
<p>The Chamber consists of professional men and women; merchants, property owners, wholesalers, service businesses, manufacturers, educators, utilities and financial institutions who share an interest in the continued improvement of the Greater Smithtown area. The chamber distributes information to visitors and interested businesses and sponsors many local events each month.</p>