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Long Islanders have a disappointing history and rocky relationship with energy--probably the most widely discussed and heatedly debated issue on LI. Our high energy costs are an economic burden and obstacle to growth. Our rates are second only to Hawaii. The Shoreham debacle set us back 30 years technologically and financially, and while some experts claim the "debt" is paid in full, others will tell you "...Well yes, the debt is paid, but the cost still lingers..." And what about tomorrow? Please read A Little Background to see how the Editors of The Corridor really feel...

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I am a beach-comber. One Spring about ten years ago I plucked my first bit of sponge coral from a cold, rocky beach in Huntington. I examined it carefully and looked it up on the Internet. It appeared to be a species that is only able to thrive in water temperatures between 73° and 84° Fahrenheit. The Great Lobster die-off started in 1999...

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