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By David Winzelberg Two Long Island companies are going ahead with plans to build asphalt and concrete plants on former Grucci family land in Yaphank despite protests from Suffolk County and the Town of Brookhaven. The two companies that recently bought about 30 acres of Grucci land, DeChiaro Contracting from Bohemia and Holbrook-based Circle Associates, expect to build a concrete and asphalt plant on the site. But Suffolk Executive Steve Levy said the heavy industrial use won't jive...
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