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Bellone signs legislation to reduce pollution from outdated cesspools, septic systems

Suffolk County elected officials on Thursday held a news conference where County Executive Steve Bellone signed into law a requirement for reducing nitrogen in the water and an alternative on-site wastewater treatment system. Here is Newsday's Steve Langford. Credit: Howard Schnapp; Illustration: Newsday / Andrew Wong

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