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February 2019

Posted: 2/15/2019
Originally Published: 2/14/2019
SCWA: Lengthen statute of limitations so polluters can pay for cleanup
Source: Newsday

Posted: 2/15/2019
Originally Published: 2/13/2019
Southampton Town adopts ban on plastic straws, stirrers and foam packaging
Source: Riverhead Local

Posted: 2/11/2019
Originally Published: 2/9/2019
Bag-ban advocates make their case at Westport beach
Source: CT Post

Posted: 2/11/2019
Originally Published: 2/9/2019
Bipartisan lawmakers stand behind state plastic bag ban
Source: News 12 Connecticut

Posted: 2/11/2019
Originally Published: 2/8/2019
Brookhaven's new recycling rules cause homeowner confusion
Source: News 12 Long Island

Posted: 2/11/2019
Originally Published: 2/8/2019
Oakdale gets $26M grant to switch to sewage system
Source: News 12 Long Island

Posted: 2/11/2019
Originally Published: 2/8/2019
Activists 'thrilled' with Cuomo's environmental initiatives
Source: News 12 Long Island

Posted: 2/11/2019
Originally Published: 2/7/2019
Needs outweigh cash in state's infrastructure fund
Source: Albany Times Union

Posted: 2/5/2019
Originally Published: 2/4/2019
Schumer threatens to hold up nomination of EPA administrator
Source: Newsday

Posted: 2/4/2019
Originally Published: 2/4/2019
Schumer Calls On EPA To Set Federal Drinking Water Standards
Source: WCBS 880

Posted: 2/4/2019
Originally Published: 1/21/2019
Push For Single-Use Plastic Bag Ban Picking Up Steam Statewide
Source: Shelton Daily Voice

Posted: 2/4/2019
Originally Published: 1/16/2019
Complaints Arise Over Rapid Growth Of Downtown Farmingdale
Source: CBS New York

Posted: 2/4/2019
Originally Published: 1/16/2019
Tar balls wash up in Long Beach, Lido
Source: LI Herald

January 2019

Posted: 1/23/2019
Originally Published: 1/23/2019
Hamden holds meeting to propose ban on plastic bags
Source: WFSB Hamden

Posted: 1/23/2019
Originally Published: 1/23/2019
Hamden Moves Closer To Plastic Bag Ban
Source: New Haven Independent

Posted: 1/21/2019
Originally Published: 1/21/2019
Suffolk voters head to polls to decide on $390 million in sewer projects
Source: Newsday

Posted: 1/21/2019
Originally Published: 1/17/2019
Gov. Cuomo's Plastic Bag Ban Proposal Draws Concern, Mixed Support
Source: WAER

Posted: 1/21/2019
Originally Published: 1/16/2019
Cuomo pushes plastic bag ban
Source: The River Reporter

Posted: 1/16/2019
Originally Published: 1/14/2019
Cuomo budget to include statewide ban on single-use plastic bags
Source: Riverhead Local

Posted: 1/15/2019
Originally Published: 1/14/2019
Plastic bag ban to be included in Governor Cuomo's 2019 Executive Budget
Source: WKBW Buffalo

Posted: 1/14/2019
Originally Published: 1/14/2019
Cuomo wants statewide plastic bag ban, more redeemable bottles
Source: Newsday

Posted: 1/14/2019
Originally Published: 1/14/2019
Governor Cuomo pushing to ban plastic bags across NY state
Source: WIVB Buffalo

Posted: 1/12/2019
Originally Published: 1/10/2019
Frank P. Long film premieres
Source: The Long Island Advance

Posted: 1/12/2019
Originally Published: 1/9/2019
Public addresses impact study concerns at first of three Belmont hearings
Source: The Island Now

Posted: 1/12/2019
Originally Published: 1/9/2019
10th Nassau water district files suit against chemical manufacturers
Source: News 12 Long Island

Posted: 1/2/2019
Originally Published: 12/31/2018
Chemical from Brookhaven lab may have spread to residential wells
Source: Newsday

Posted: 1/2/2019
Originally Published: 12/31/2018
Town scores $80K to cut energy costs, pollution
Source: Long Island Business News

Posted: 1/2/2019
Originally Published: 12/31/2018
Retail Roundup: Complaints snagged 12 stores not charging for single-use bags
Source: Newsday

Posted: 1/2/2019
Originally Published: 12/27/2018
City 'Styrofoam' ban beginning on Jan. 1
Source: Queens Chronicle

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