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Suffolk County Water Authority to Navy: We’re ‘ready, willing and able’ to serve homes south of former Grumman site affected by...

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The head of the Suffolk County Water Authority wrote to the Secretary of the Navy today offering to provide public water to the homes in Manorville and Calverton south of the former Grumman site, where toxic chemical contaminants have been detected in private residential wells.

Newly released data disclose Navy knew of toxic PFAS chemicals in groundwater at Grumman ‘fence line’ in 2016

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Data released by the Navy this week for the first time show significant detections of toxic PFAS chemicals at the southern border of the former aerospace manufacturing site.
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Schumer demands Navy act quickly to bring public water to homes near the former Grumman site in Calverton

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Sen. Chuck Schumer is urging the U.S. Navy to immediately develop a plan to connect homes near the former Grumman site in Calverton to public water and to expand its area of investigation for groundwater contamination near the site.

Worried about contaminants, Manorville residents question sand piles near EPCAL runway

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Sand stockpiled at the end of the eastern runway in Calverton was excavated by the sewer district from a distant site on the property that officials say was 'virgin territory.' The highway department plans to use it to sand local roads in winter weather.

Fearing Grumman water contamination, frustrated Manorville residents without access to public water ask Navy for relief

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“Every resident of the Manorville section of Riverhead worries every single time they turn on the tap." Kelly McClinchy of Manorville has organized residents in a campaign to get public water to their remote community.

‘What’s past is prologue’: Understanding the Calverton Enterprise Park saga

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In this series, RiverheadLOCAL will delve into the history of the place known as EPCAL on the eve of what is widely regarded as the most important decision ever made by a town board in the 226-year history of the Town of Riverhead.

Riverhead strikes deal to sell former Grumman property to Luminati Aerospace

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Luminati will pay the town $40 million cash for the town's remaining acreage at the Calverton Enterprise Park, where it will build commercial and military ultralight unmanned aircraft.
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