Roberto Clemente Park in Brentwood closed for summer to investigate claims of dumped hazardous debris

The DA's office and DEC are both probing

The DA's office and DEC are both probing claims that one or more contractors dumped hazardous debris at Roberto Clemente Park. (Credit: News 12)

A Brentwood park has been closed for the summer amid claims of hazardous debris dumping.

The DA's office and DEC are investigating claims of illegal dumping at Roberto Clemente Park by a contractor who was reseeding soccer fields for a nearby church.

The allegations come the same day that town officials announced the resignation of Islip Town Parks Commissioner Joseph Montuori.


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