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County Legislator: LNG Tankers Will Traverse Narrow Corridor in Long Island Sound

Newsday carries a letter to the editor by Wayne Horsley, chair of the Suffolk County Legislature’s Energy Committee, in which Horsley claims that vessels in transit to the proposed Broadwater LNG facility would pose an unacceptable safety risk because th
May 8, 2007

Newsday carries a letter to the editor by Wayne Horsley, chair of the Suffolk County Legislature’s Energy Committee, in which Horsley claims that vessels in transit to the proposed Broadwater LNG facility would pose an unacceptable safety risk because they would have to travel through a part of the Long Island Sound known as The Race, a narrow corridor that is 1.5 miles wide in some areas. Horsley advocates for a federal moratorium until safety concerns are resolved.

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