Town of Islip blames Ronkonkoma-based Daytree at Cortland Square in dumping scandal

Newsday says the company denies being involved in

Newsday says the company denies being involved in the illegal dumping. (Credit: News 12 Long Island)

The town of Islip singled out a Ronkonkoma company as the party allegedly responsible for illegally dumping contaminants at a park.

Islip officials named Daytree at Cortland Square, owned by Clara and Thomas Datre, as a "responsible party" in letters to insurance companies. The town attorney says that the letters were sent in April as a precautionary measure being taken to reserve the town's...

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