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Conflict of interest alleged in storage of Sandy-wrecked cars

Tens of thousands of Sandy-wrecked vehicles are lined

Tens of thousands of Sandy-wrecked vehicles are lined up on old runways at the EPCAL site, the former Grumman property in the Town of Riverhead. (January 8, 2013 10:26 PM)

The Pine Barren Commission voted today to continue to allow tens of thousands of Sandy-damaged cars to be stored on environmentally sensitive land, and a prominent environmentalist is calling it a "disgraceful" conflict of interest. The Sandy-wrecked vehicles are lined up on old runways at the EPCAL site, the former Grumman property in the Town of Riverhead. The site sits on protected...

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