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Suffolk is the worst place in NYS for breathing

 from Daily Freeman:

The 2007 [American Lung Association] report, released in May, covers the period of 2003-05 and rates counties nationwide on the number and severity of high-ozone days.

Ulster County had three “orange” alert days during the three-year period, meaning the air quality was unhealthy for sensitive groups, such as those with asthma or other respiratory ailments. Dutchess County had four such days, ranking it, according to the American Lung Association, 17th among all counties in the state for air quality.

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Long Island’s Suffolk County, with 15 orange days and three red days, on which the air quality was deemed “unhealthy,” ranked worst among all New York counties.

Thanks to  631 Politics for letting us know about this report.

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