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There are 1 comment on the Newsday story from Apr 24, 2007, titled No title. In it, Newsday reports that:

The list of KeySpan Corp.'s toxic manufactured gas-plant sites and related storage facilities on Long Island is nearly twice that previously disclosed.

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#1 Apr 28, 2007
I happen to live on Hobart Road (and yes we are north of Korn Street on the West side of the street) in Southold and might actually reside on the site of what used to be the acetylene processing facility. There are only three properties that fit that description. No one from either Keyspan or the DEC has contacted me or anyone in my family about this. We have lived in this spot since 2003 and have 4 year old twins, one of whom has developmental disorders (PDD).
This article and one in our local paper The Suffolk Times are the first that I am hearing about any of this. I am heartsick about this.

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