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Elementary school staff in Flanders voice concern about plans to build sewage treatment plant nearby

School employees concerned about the plan say their students play outside on the field daily.

News 12 Staff

Jun 26, 2024, 10:49 AM

Updated 17 days ago

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Faculty and staff are speaking out against a plan to build a sewage treatment plant close to Philips Avenue Elementary School in Flanders.
School employees concerned about the plan say their students play on the outside field daily.
The Town of Southampton says the facility will be 900 feet from the school and enclosed in a concrete building with odor control.
Southampton officials say the town is accepting public comment on the plan until Saturday.


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