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Bosworth Addresses Concerns About PSEGLI Poles

Bosworth Addresses Concerns About PSEGLI Poles

North Hempstead Town Supervisor Judi Bosworth, D-Great Neck, is continuing to address residents’ concerns about PSEG Long Island’s $15 million powerline installation project that runs between Port Washington and Great Neck.

Hundreds of residents attended a meeting on Monday at Harbor Links Clubhouse, imploring that the utility stop the project.

In a letter posted online to the community, Bosworth says that at the April 1 Town Board meeting, she and Councilwoman Dina DeGiorgio, R-Port Washington, will recommend retaining “to advise the Town on the feasibility of burying the wires and to work with PSEG-LI to see if we can come up with a plan.”

Bosworth will also be traveling to Washington the next day to see if the Town can access federal resources “allocated for infrastructure improvements post-Superstorm Sandy” to bury “at least some parts of the electric transmission system, if feasible.”

Read the full letter here.

North Hempstead’s Town Board meets next on Tuesday April 1 at Town Hall at 220 Plandome Road in Manhasset.

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