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Plum Island Sale Moves Forward; Environmental Imact Questioned MP3

Some Environmental advocates and federal lawmakers are holding out hope that an auction of Plum Island, the site of a former federal  research facility, would include conservation restrictions.    Plum Island is in New York waters 10 miles off Connecticut's coast. It boasts beaches, dunes, forests, and wetlands. For years, it was the home of an animal disease research lab which restrict... Source: yourpublicmedia.org

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