Officials hold final water management meeting, tour waterways to work on increasing water quality on LI

Officials say that the nitrogen levels in the

Officials say that the nitrogen levels in the water are sky-high, while oxygen levels are near zero. (Credit: News 12)

State and local officials held a public forum and toured a waterway Wednesday to work toward increasing water quality on Long Island.

The third and final water management meeting was held Wednesday at Suffolk Community College in Brentwood.

The first part of the meeting was aimed at issues related to Suffolk's wastewater and septic systems. The second part focused on a public comment...

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