Union: Stimulus not enough for LI construction

The LI Federation of Labor says any hopes of federally-funded infrastructure projects significantly boosting the local industry are fading.

"There's a great disappointment because there was a belief more money would be spent on Long Island, that more projects would have gotten under way by now," says Roger Claymen, of the LI Federation of Labor.

New York is scheduled to receive $26 billion in stimulus, with $4 billion slated for projects in Nassau and Suffolk County.

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