Sound Summit Predicts a Long, Hard Effort to Clean Up the Sound
In short, the situation facing the Sound is both daunting and ongoing, sort of like the rest of our problems now. Here's the first paragraph:
In the long term, protecting Long Island Sound will take lots of money, more low-impact housing, mass transit systems, effective sewage treatment facilities and individual efforts, such as installing rain barrels to collect runoff from home roofs.
And then there's this, from Senator Christopher Dodd:
"This is not a battle that's ever permanently won," Dodd said.
The truth of what Dodd said is that it was true 10 years ago and 20 years ago and 30 years ago and on and on.
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