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Feds extend comment period on dredged material plan for L.I. Sound

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The deadline for written comments on the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Dredged Material Management Plan has been extended to 60 days, Rep. Lee...

Plan for open-water dumping of dredge spoil in L.I. Sound deserves more scrutiny, Legis. Al Krupski says

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One month to review and comment on a plan 10 years in the making for dredge spoil disposal in and around L.I. Sound is not enough, Legis. Al Krupski says.

Roanoke Avenue road work project is about to get underway

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A $3.6 million road, sidewalk and drainage improvement project

Krupski: County purchase of 95-acre Broad Cove site moving forward

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The county will again attempt to acquire this significant waterfront parcel for preservation, County Legislator Al Krupski said Friday.

Over Krupski’s objection, Suffolk legislators fund study of nuclear plant’s impacts on L.I. Sound temperatures

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Deputy Presiding Officer Jay Schneiderman, sponsored the bill to fund the $79,000 study. It passed 11-5, with Legis. Al Krupski joining four Republicans in voting against the measure.
North Fork Legis. Al Krupski and South Fork Legis. Jay Schneiderman during Krupski's first legislative meeting last February.

East End legislators at odds over bill to study Millstone power plant impacts

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North Fork Legislator Al Krupski is opposed to a bill sponsored by his South Fork colleague Jay Schneiderman, which would fund a $79,000 study of the impacts of the Millstone nuclear power plant on the temperatures of the L.I. Sound.

County officials explain CR 48 project that’s set to begin in September

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Suffolk County officials unveiled plans last night for the reconstruction of a 1.6 mile stretch of County Road 48 in Southold.

Bellone announces lottery for advanced household septic systems

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Nineteen Suffolk homeowners will receive free advanced wastewater treatment systems valued at $15,000 plus free maintenance for five years, in a lottery that's part of the county's state-of-the-art septic demonstration program.
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