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$5 Million County Grant for Riverside Sewage Project Will Allow Project To Proceed

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On November 3, Suffolk County Executive Steve Bellone announced a $5 million grant from the county’s Water Infrastructure Fund that will advance an estimated $35 million Riverside sewer system project long considered to be the key to a revitalized Riverside.   DANA SHAW

On November 3, Suffolk County Executive Steve Bellone announced a $5 million grant from the county’s Water Infrastructure Fund that will advance an estimated $35 million Riverside sewer system project long considered to be the key to a revitalized Riverside. DANA SHAW

On November 3, Suffolk County Executive Steve Bellone announced a $5 million grant from the county’s Water Infrastructure Fund that will advance an estimated $35 million Riverside sewer system project long considered to be the key to a revitalized Riverside.   DANA SHAW

On November 3, Suffolk County Executive Steve Bellone announced a $5 million grant from the county’s Water Infrastructure Fund that will advance an estimated $35 million Riverside sewer system project long considered to be the key to a revitalized Riverside. DANA SHAW

On November 3, Suffolk County Executive Steve Bellone announced a $5 million grant from the county’s Water Infrastructure Fund that will advance an estimated $35 million Riverside sewer system project long considered to be the key to a revitalized Riverside.   DANA SHAW

On November 3, Suffolk County Executive Steve Bellone announced a $5 million grant from the county’s Water Infrastructure Fund that will advance an estimated $35 million Riverside sewer system project long considered to be the key to a revitalized Riverside. DANA SHAW

Tom Gogola on Nov 8, 2023
Suffolk County Executive Steve Bellone came to town a couple of days after Halloween last week with a bagful of goodies — totaling more than $10 million in grants and... more

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