Brookhaven residents, local leaders call on MTA to replace removed trees

The residents say the trees used to buffer

The residents say the trees used to buffer their houses from the Long Island Rail Road train tracks, reducing noise and providing privacy. (May 27, 2014 5:47 PM)

Brookhaven residents are demanding that trees that served as noise buffers be replaced following their removal by the MTA.

The residents say the trees used to buffer their houses from the Long Island Rail Road train tracks, reducing noise and providing privacy. Now they say that their homes are out in the open. Neighbors say cutting down the trees has invaded their privacy and increased both...

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