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Former Military Sites In Montauk And Westhampton Might Contain Hazardous Waste

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Superintendent Robert Long during the East Quogue Board of Education meeting on Tuesday night. AMANDA BERNOCCO

Superintendent Robert Long during the East Quogue Board of Education meeting on Tuesday night. AMANDA BERNOCCO

Jared Terry works a few days a week at the Blue Duck Bakery in Southampton. BY ERIN MCKINLEY

Jared Terry works a few days a week at the Blue Duck Bakery in Southampton. BY ERIN MCKINLEY

author on May 12, 2014
Eight former military installations on the East End, particularly in East Hampton and Southampton towns, might still have unexploded munitions and possibly hazardous waste, according to the U.S. Army Corps... more

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