Suffolk County Required To Pay Back $29 Million To Water Quality Protection Program - 27 East

Suffolk County Required To Pay Back $29 Million To Water Quality Protection Program

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Long Island Pine Barrens Society Executive Director Dick Amper. VALERIE GORDON

Long Island Pine Barrens Society Executive Director Dick Amper. VALERIE GORDON

author on Jul 1, 2019
Suffolk County must refund more than $29 million to its water protection program, according to a state appellate court decision last week. The court ruled that former Suffolk County Executive... more

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