Floral Park Speaks Out At Third Track Hearing On Environmental Impact Statement

 

                

Many residents and village officials spoke out at the morning and evening hearings held on the LIRR’s Draft Environmental Impact Statement at the New Hyde Park Inn on January 19th. Many questioned the lack of specific information about the impacts of the project on Floral Park. Pictured above are Trustee Archie Cheng, former Mayor Ann Corbett, Bill Corbett and Tim Dalton holding a survey provided by the LIRR from the elevation of LIRR tracks back in the late 1950s. The point was made by Trustee Cheng that while that survey from before the advent of  technology could delineate the specific location of work easements that would be required  for that project, the LIRR has so far failed to provide the same level of detail for this project.

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DEIS Public Comment Period: Comments on the DEIS must be received by February 15, 2017 at 5:00 PM. All comments received during this period will become part of the public record and will be considered as part of the project studies. We welcome your input throughout the project duration. You can submit your comments online, at the Project Information Center (see location and hours here) or by mail at :

Edward M. Dumas, Vice President
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Long Island Rail Road Expansion Project
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Below are statements made by Village Officials and statements from a few concerned Floral Park residents who spoke.