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DEC changes its plans for cleaning up Speonk plume

authorJoseph Shaw, Executive Editor on Jul 8, 2009
New York State environmental protection officials have changed their plans to clean up a half-mile-long plume of contaminated groundwater, the source of which was traced back to lumber yard in... more

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