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September 12, 2016
During a public hearing on water quality and contamination, Assemblyman Abinanti questions whether having private water companies responsible for water distribution on Long Island benefits the community. "When you have a private entity it makes money by selling water. When you have government districts – they'd rather sell less water because they don't want to be faced with the issues. But a private entity…that's what they sell…It's almost a conflict of interest for them to say we want people to use less.  I personally am very concerned about the concept of drinking water in the hands of a private company."
 




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