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Officials announce 15 grants related to improving water quality

Federal and state officials announced grants for 15 projects totaling $1.05 million that aim to improve water quality, restore habitat and protect the Long Island Sound. The announcement was made in Setuaket on Monday, Dec. 4, 2017.  (Credit: Barry Sloan)

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