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Sen. Blumenthal announces $2 million EPA study aimed at preserving Long Island Sound

Blumenthal added the long-term benefits of the study will extend to communities that border the Sound, from Milford to Bridgeport, to Stamford and Greenwich.

News 12 Staff

May 18, 2024, 10:28 PM

Updated 33 days ago

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Sen. Richard Blumenthal announced Saturday a $2 million U.S. Environmental Protection Agency-funded study that aims to preserve the Long Island Sound.
"This $2 million will help preserve Long Island Sound for future generations by allowing us to know how best to stop sewage, runoffs and other sources of pollution in Long Island Sound such as dredge and so forth," he explained.
Blumenthal added the long-term benefits of the study will extend to communities that border the Sound, from Milford to Bridgeport, to Stamford and Greenwich.


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