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Posted on July 15, 2014

The Nassau County Legislature voted Monday to revive its 1970s-era Water Resources Board to monitor New York City's move to reopen dozens of wells that dip into the aquifer that the city and county share.

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Posted on July 15, 2014

Privatizing management of Nassau County's massive sewer system would save at least $158 million over 20 years -- $73 million less than County Executive Edward Mangano has projected, according to a new legislative budget analysis.

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Posted on July 14, 2014

The Town of Oyster Bay has approved a $375,000 study on relocating its Department of Public Works from the North Service Road in Syosset. Nassau Suffolk Engineering & Architecture PLLC will study the feasibility of the move from...

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Posted on July 11, 2014

New York will reap a state budget windfall of at least $3.3 billion in fines paid by the big French bank BNP Paribas after it pleaded guilty recently to violating sanctions against transactions in Cuba, Sudan and Iran.

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Posted on July 11, 2014

The proposed $1 billion deal to let a private company, United Water, operate Nassau County's sewer system for the next 20 years hasn't raised much opposition. Hardly anyone with knowledge of the county's three wastewater plants, 53 pumping stations a…

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