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Suffolk Water Authority to dig up, replace aging Huntington water pipes
The Suffolk County Water Authority plans to replace about 12,000 feet of old and undersized pipes in downtown Huntington as part of a $14 million countywide initiative.
Suffolk County Comptroller's Office Set for Big Changes in November
Candidates for the election, according an article in Newsday include John Kennedy, the Suffolk legislature's Republican minority leader, Democrat James Gaughran, chairman of the Suffolk County Water Authority, Islip Town Board member Steve Flotteron, ...
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Islip Town residents to sue over illegal dumping
Groundwater at the Islandia site feeds into a nearby well, where the hazardous materials could show up in 25 years, Suffolk County Water Authority officials have said. Garzon lives around the corner from a contaminated, privately owned site on Islip ...
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Emergency Water Shut Off in North Haven
Customers connected to the Suffolk County Water Authority on North Haven Friday afternoon experienced an emergency shut down of service.
Cleaning up contaminated lands a long, complex process
Removing the soil is done along with the use of air and dust monitors, Schick said, while water is sprayed to keep dust from becoming airborne during the removal.
NY Court Finds Some Water Contamination Claims Time-Barred
Law360, New York (July 24, 2014, 1:26 PM ET) -- A New York appeals court on Wednesday partially dismissed the Suffolk County Water Authority's suit alleging Dow Chemical Co., E.I. du Pont de Nemours and Co. and others contaminated 151 wells with ...
Suffolk lawmaker tops list of GOP comptroller hopefuls
GOP officials have until Friday to name a new nominee to take on Democrat James Gaughran, chairman of the Suffolk County Water Authority, who has already raised $154,000 for the contest. While Kennedy (R-Nesconset) is the most high-profile candidate, ...
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Gaughran and Kennedy vie for comptroller seat
In a last-minute turn of events, Suffolk County GOP Chairman John Jay LaValle has withdrawn from the county comptroller race, and, after polling more than a handful of lawmakers countywide, Republicans tapped Legislator John Kennedy Jr.
Richard Schaffer in political balancing act as State Senate races heat up
Tim Bishop's congressional race, getting out the vote for Cuomo and getting Suffolk County Water Authority chief James Gaughran elected county comptroller.
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Report: Water fund deal would cost $76M
The agreement still needs to be approved by the Suffolk County Legislature and then by voters in November. The cost of the $30 million fund will rise to $43.5 million with debt repayment, plus $32.8 million the Bellone administration has budgeted to ...