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“The Suffolk County Water Authority says it is prepared to bring safe, public water to the 28 homes in the Calverton and Manorville communities that are threatened by PFAS contamination.
The water authority sent a letter to Secretary of the Navy Kenneth Braithwaite that the cost of bringing water service to the impacted area would be $12 million, including the cost of installing private service lines for each home.
The contamination is from a former defense manufacturer in Calverton. The state and environmental advocates have pressured the Navy to clean up the toxic groundwater…”