Oyster Bay Town Councilman Louis B. Imbroto, 33, is a life-long Plainview resident and a fiscal conservative. He has been a staunch community advocate, involving himself in numerous civic and service initiatives aimed at advancing the general welfare. Councilman Imbroto attributes his aspirations of public service to his parents, who instilled in him a sense of higher purpose and the importance of making a positive and tangible difference in the lives of others.

Imbroto is driven by a desire to get young people engaged in public service careers and community leadership. He founded and served as President of the Llincs organization, which, in addition to serving as a networking platform, advances local initiatives, supports young people in business and improves Long Island for future generations.

Councilman Imbroto’s priorities include government ethics reform, restoring public confidence in Town government, fiscal responsibility and the protection of the Town of Oyster Bay’s unsurpassed suburban quality of life. He has already worked closely with his colleagues in Town government to streamline operations while continuing to initiate sensible and needed infrastructure improvements. He has pledged to keep taxes in check and hold a firm reign on spending, without sacrificing resident services, amenities and the operations of Town facilities. He has also stated that his long term goals include helping the Town’s seniors and finding new creative ways to help young people find careers and housing that will keep them Town of Oyster Bay residents for years to come.

Imbroto, a graduate of Chaminade High School, went on to earn a bachelor’s degree from Fordham University in 2006 and a law degree from Brooklyn Law School in 2009. He worked as a Manager of Policy and Government Relations and In-House Counsel for the Long Island Contractors’ Association, where, he advocated to repair and rebuild our roads, bridges and local infrastructure. He worked as an Associate Attorney for the Garden City firm of Berkman, Henoch, Peterson, Peddy & Fenchel, P.C. and later, as an Assistant Town Attorney with the Town of Oyster Bay, where he oversaw general litigation and served as a prosecutor for code violations in District Court. Most recently, he served as the Assistant General Counsel at NuHealth, which includes Nassau University Medical Center.

Imbroto has been recognized as a 30 under 30 honoree of the Huntington Chamber of Commerce and a 40 under 40 honoree by the Long Island Business News. He also was the proud recipient of a Distinguished Alumnus Award by the Brooklyn Law School. He sits on the Board of Directors for the Columbian Lawyers Association and is a member of the Nassau County Bar Association and the Chaminade Lawyers Association. He is also a member of the Knights of Columbus, St. Pius Council #10332 and the Order Sons of Italy in America, Giuseppe Verdi Lodge #2163. In addition to his parents, Louis has a twin sister and an older brother and sister.