Millions of gallons of partially treated sewage flowing into waterway
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Sixty-five million gallons of partially treated sewage from a plant that serves almost 40 percent of Nassau's residents are flushing each day into a waterway north of Long Beach -- the result of damage from superstorm Sandy that could have far-reaching environmental implications.
Initial estimates from Nassau County said the sewage flow from the Bay Park Sewage Treatment Plant into Reynolds...