Suffolk County Launches First Phase Of Blueway Trail Plan Which Calls For Public's Help - 27 East

Suffolk County Launches First Phase Of Blueway Trail Plan Which Calls For Public’s Help

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authorStaff Writer on Jun 30, 2019
Calling all paddlers, kayakers, canoeists, and all others related. Suffolk County Executive Steve Bellone announced on June 26, National Canoe Day, that the first phase of the Suffolk County Blueway... more

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