If you think October is moving faster than September, then you're thinking like Patch.
So to help readers keep up on all the news going on in West Islip we offer a quick guide to the top headlines of the past week.
West Islip School District Enrollment Dips a Bit Enrollment in the West Islip School District is down by 168 students this school year, from last year's figure of 5,009 to the current enrollment of 4,841, according to data provided by the district in the minutes of a September board meeting.
Westbrook Lease a Topic Tonight on West Islip Board Agenda The West Islip School Board of Education was expected to discuss a revamped lease agreement for a tenant at the former Westbrook Elementary School. An inquiry to the district, by Patch, regarding the lease approval and reported start of renovation work as part of the agreement were not answered by press time.
Town Hearing Rescheduled on Bank Drive-Through Request A public hearing on a proposed bank drive-through for the CVS building on Montauk Highway in West Islip was pulled off this week's Islip Town Planning Board agenda. According to town officials the hearing has been postponed due to the fact that required notification to nearby parties, per town regulation, on the project and hearing had not been completed in the required time frame by Kabro Associates, which owns the Sequams Shopping Center.
West Islip King Kullen May be Closing, Maybe Not A report circulating in West Islip regarding the potential closure of King Kullen on Union Boulevard may or may not be true as a company spokesperson told Patch Monday morning that she had no information whether the store was closing or not closing by year’s end.