PSEG Gets Earful Over Long Pond Greenbelt Cable Project - 27 East

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PSEG Gets Earful Over Long Pond Greenbelt Cable Project

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State Assemblyman Fred W. Thiele Jr. urged PSEG to work with the community to find an alternative route for the cable it has proposed to run through the Long Pond Greenbelt. KYRIL BROMLEY

State Assemblyman Fred W. Thiele Jr. urged PSEG to work with the community to find an alternative route for the cable it has proposed to run through the Long Pond Greenbelt. KYRIL BROMLEY

Bridgehampton resident Julie Burmeister said horizontal directional drilling may be a good way to lay cable under a paved road, but could cause irreparable harm to the Long Pond Greenbelt. KYRIL BROMLEY

Bridgehampton resident Julie Burmeister said horizontal directional drilling may be a good way to lay cable under a paved road, but could cause irreparable harm to the Long Pond Greenbelt. KYRIL BROMLEY

Other than providing a brief overview of the project, PSEG officials did not engage the audience. KYRIL BROMLEY

Other than providing a brief overview of the project, PSEG officials did not engage the audience. KYRIL BROMLEY

Tom Oleszczuk told PSEG representatives that because not one member of the audience had expressed support for their project they should rethink the whole project. KYRIL BROMLEY

Tom Oleszczuk told PSEG representatives that because not one member of the audience had expressed support for their project they should rethink the whole project. KYRIL BROMLEY

PSEG employees were stationed next to posters describing the cable project before Thursday's hearing. KYRIL BROMLEY.

PSEG employees were stationed next to posters describing the cable project before Thursday's hearing. KYRIL BROMLEY.

Suffolk County Legislator Bridget Fleming. KYRIL BROMLEY

Suffolk County Legislator Bridget Fleming. KYRIL BROMLEY

authorStephen J. Kotz on Jun 29, 2022
PSEG Long Island’s proposal to run a 5.2-mile underground power cable between its substations in Bridgehampton and East Hampton was roundly panned by the approximately 50 people who turned out... more

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