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Ground Water vs. Drinking Water: Trust No One

11/14/2013 -- The quality of Long Island's water has been an ongoing discussion in recent days and for good reason. Everyone is concerned about their own health and the health of their families and friends. The good news is that the mission of public water supply everywhere is also the protection of public health.

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Bethpage Water District Drills New Well For Residents

Water Commissioners Announce Plans for New Supply Well

7/2/2013 -- Bethpage, NY (July 1, 2013) " The Bethpage Water District Board of Commissioners is proud to announce that drilling has begun on a brand new well in Bethpage State Park. The well, discussed since 2005, will be the districts ninth well and should be operational by next year

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Bethpage Water District Partnering with HomeServe USA to Offer Emergency Repair Service Plans

New Program Offers Protection for Water Service Line Breaks

1/25/2013 -- Bethpage, NY (January 23, 2013) " The Bethpage Water District is pleased to announce its new partnership with HomeServe USA (HomeServe), a leading provider of Emergency Home Repair Service Plans. As part of the agreement, HomeServe USA is offering customers within Bethpage, Old Bethpage, Plainview, Farmingdale and Levittown, access to low-cost water service line coverage. With recent water main breaks impacting Bethpage and surrounding communities, this protection plan offers a solution for residents to protect their finances from unexpected emergencies.

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What You Should Know About the Northrop Grumman/Navy Plume

6/1/2012 --

The Northrop Grumman (Grumman) manufacturing facility, comprised of approximately 635 acres, was acquired by the Grumman Corporation in the early 1930’s. The United States Navy (Navy) owned 105 of the total property. The Navy leased its property and buildings to Grumman for research and manufacturing purposes. Grumman used its property for various military manufacturing purposes. The company developed and manufactured Navy fighter planes and amphibious landing craft from the 1930’s up to the end of World War II.

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