Pine Barrens Society Blasts County Proposal To Cut Environmental Funding Amid Coronavirus Crisis - 27 East

Pine Barrens Society Blasts County Proposal To Cut Environmental Funding Amid Coronavirus Crisis

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Dick Amper, executive director of the Pine Barrens Society.

Dick Amper, executive director of the Pine Barrens Society.

authorMichael Wright on May 28, 2020
An environmental advocate has leveled harsh criticisms of a proposal by Suffolk County to trim environmental protection funding as it tries to balance mushrooming deficits from the economic impacts of... more

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