Babylon Town to extend public sewers into Wyandanch

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The Town of Babylon announced last week it plans to extend public sewers from West Babylon into Wyandanch , a move intended to spur economic revitalization of the community's business district. Full Story
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mook

Sayville, NY

#1 Jul 6, 2009
All of Long Island needs sewers if future generations are to have drinking water.
Bill

Watertown, CT

#2 Jul 6, 2009
mook wrote:
All of Long Island needs sewers if future generations are to have drinking water.
What do you base your factless statement on? I like the sewers but how does pumping water out of the ground then expelling it out into the ocean ensure future generations drinking water? Are you not lowering the water tables when you pump it out to sea? Nice fantasy world you live in Mr Gore
Geography Bee

New York, NY

#3 Jul 6, 2009
Probably the best way to revitalize Wyandanch's "downtown" is to get rid of the h00kers and crackheads.
Show me the money

West Babylon, NY

#4 Jul 6, 2009
That's nice Belloney you pay for 2 mile pipe.
So who's going to pay for the expansion of bergen point (which is at it's max capcity) when all this new bussines hooks up in Babylon?
Oh thats not my problem... county property taxpayers will have to pay for your added crap. And the people of West Babylon who live by bergin point will get dumped on again when expansion is neccessary.
KPMats10

Syosset, NY

#5 Jul 6, 2009
Isn't Wyandanch already a sewer?
Taxation without rep

Bronx, NY

#6 Jul 6, 2009
What about the residents on the West side of Deer Park? I pay over $9000 in taxes, and I'm tired of having my cesspool serviced.
Easy as 123

Brooklyn, NY

#7 Jul 6, 2009
Hey what about Deer Park? Mr. Bellone, you already sold us out over Tanger Outlets, which by the way got special approvals for connection to the sewers. Did you forget about us in between?
Steve-O

Stamford, CT

#8 Jul 6, 2009
I thought the SWSD West Babylon Plant was at capacity. Or has the one-party system we have here in Suffolk County gotten together and waved their magic wand and found additional capacity?

Something stinks here and it's not from the sewer plant ...yet!
stev337

Lindenhurst, NY

#10 Jul 7, 2009
Wasn't Wyandanch always a public sewer?

Since: Apr 08

AOL

#11 Jul 7, 2009
I THOUGHT WYANDANCH ALREADY WAS A SEWER???
terry

AOL

#12 Jul 7, 2009
When I b ought my home on the edge of DP. I was told about the SW sewer scandal. But hope abounded that the $$ would be found elsewhere to complete the project further north.
Later residents were told money was also needed to expand bergin point,as it was at capacity.
Now there seems to be room for Tanger and Wyandanch but not N Babylon & DP residents to get sewers. I am tired of the lies.
ttt

Huntington, NY

#13 Jul 7, 2009
Bill wrote:
<quoted text>What do you base your factless statement on? I like the sewers but how does pumping water out of the ground then expelling it out into the ocean ensure future generations drinking water? Are you not lowering the water tables when you pump it out to sea? Nice fantasy world you live in Mr Gore
You obviously dont know what your talking about. If we dont have sewers the waste getsput into the ground which contaminates our drinking water. So if we dont put in sewers we will have no clean water left to drink.
Lonnie

Greenwich, CT

#14 Jul 7, 2009
I think they should build a seperate Sewer Plant for Wyandanch and have the taxpayers of WYANDANCH pay for it. Yes, a "special district" This way, I who live in North Lindenhurst, does not support WYANDANCH....again!
Punch me in the Face

White Plains, NY

#15 Jul 7, 2009
Lonnie wrote:
I think they should build a seperate Sewer Plant for Wyandanch and have the taxpayers of WYANDANCH pay for it. Yes, a "special district" This way, I who live in North Lindenhurst, does not support WYANDANCH....again!
Yeah! Separate BUT EQUAL!!
Southbound

Copiague, NY

#16 Jul 7, 2009
Too late, Brentwood is a public sewer.
OhWellSchitHappe ns

Brooklyn, NY

#17 Jul 7, 2009
Why are they adding a sewer to a sewer?
baddabing

New York, NY

#18 Jul 7, 2009
Revitalization? I think Bellone envisions this project will bring sidewalk cafe's and four star restaurants to crackland. It is what it is, and no matter how much money you throw at it, it will always be a wasteland.
No kidding

Fort Lee, NJ

#19 Jul 7, 2009
Replaces outdoor plumbing?
rgp

Elizabeth, NJ

#20 Jul 7, 2009
what about NB behind Sunset Plaza in North Babylon over $12,000 year in property taxes i have to have my cesspoools pumped 3 times a year ..tanger got them now Wyandanch what about the rest of NB and Deer Park????
Hard Times

Ridgewood, NJ

#21 Jul 7, 2009
The good thing about the sewer line to Wyandanch is it'll be a lot easier to flush the wads of money they spend on the Wyandanch public schools.

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