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New York Attorney General Eric Schneiderman says his office is joining LI illegal dumping investigation

According to Newsday, hundreds, possibly even thousands of

According to Newsday, hundreds, possibly even thousands of cubic yards of debris have been dumped on property on Brook Avenue in Deer Park.

New York Attorney General Eric Schneiderman says his office is now joining the illegal dumping investigation in Suffolk County.

Schneiderman attended a public meeting on the issue at Suffolk Community College. He also visited Roberto Clemente Park, which is now closed after it tested positive for high levels of asbestos in the soil.

"For them to dump 32,000 tons of solid waste that is...

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