Quogue Passes New Restrictions On Leaf Blowers - 27 East

Quogue Passes New Restrictions On Leaf Blowers

Brendan J. O’Reilly on Jun 23, 2021
The Quogue Village Board has adopted new restrictions on the use of gas-powered leaf blowers within the village, some effective July 1 and some taking effect next May. The board... more

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