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    A local environmental group has filed a lawsuit against the New York State Pine Barrens Commission for approving a sand mining operation on 115 acres of Pine Barrens land. The lawsuit, brought by the Long Island Pine Barrens Society, alleges the commission acted illegally in approving a waiver allowing Westhampton Property Associates of Deer Park [...]

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    A company owned by the Toussie family has sued Brookhaven and the Central Pine Barrens Commission for not living up to their end of the Pine Barrens Act.

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    Suffolk Executive Steve Bellone again wants to plug general-fund holes using the county’s sewer-rate-stabilization fund.

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    The state Appellate court ruled that Suffolk County’s diversion of $30 million in water protection funds to balance the county budget in 2011 was illegal.

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    The state Court of Appeals has declined to review an appellate court ruling which determined that Suffolk County had wrongly diverted some $30 million.

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    A local environmental group has filed a lawsuit against the New York State Pine Barrens Commission for approving a sand mining operation on 115 acres of Pine Barrens land. The lawsuit, brought by the Long Island Pine Barrens Society, alleges the commission acted illegally in approving a waiver allowing Westhampton Property Associates of Deer Park ...

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    A company owned by the Toussie family has sued Brookhaven and the Central Pine Barrens Commission for not living up to their end of the Pine Barrens Act.

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    Suffolk Executive Steve Bellone again wants to plug general-fund holes using the county’s sewer-rate-stabilization fund.

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    The state Appellate court ruled that Suffolk County’s diversion of $30 million in water protection funds to balance the county budget in 2011 was illegal.

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    The state Court of Appeals has declined to review an appellate court ruling which determined that Suffolk County had wrongly diverted some $30 million.