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Environmental Organizations Release Water Testing Report, Plan To Continue Testing

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Jenna Schwerzmann of Surfrider, volunteers Tom and Heidi Oleszczuk, Jaime LeDuc and Laura Tooman of Concerned Citizens of Montauk, and Peter Topping and Alexa Annunziata of the Peconic Baykeeper, gather at Long Beach in Noyac Tuesday morning to announce the release of their water quality report for 2021.  STEPHEN J. KOTZ

Jenna Schwerzmann of Surfrider, volunteers Tom and Heidi Oleszczuk, Jaime LeDuc and Laura Tooman of Concerned Citizens of Montauk, and Peter Topping and Alexa Annunziata of the Peconic Baykeeper, gather at Long Beach in Noyac Tuesday morning to announce the release of their water quality report for 2021. STEPHEN J. KOTZ

authorStephen J. Kotz on Jul 20, 2022
Members of three environmental organizations gathered at Long Beach in Noyac on Tuesday to mark the release of a report based on their collaborative effort to monitor water quality on... more

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