After Environmental Doublecross, a Summer Camp Pops Up in Brentwood

After an environmental upset, kids enjoy a new Summer camp in Brentwood.

 

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By Video Journalist Waldo Cabrera

After illegal dumping forced the closing of Roberto Clemente Park, community leaders came together to provide kids a free Summer camp experience.

In the wake of this tragedy, some "community leaders" chose to protest, chase front page headlines and claim environmental racism, when the truth is that this despicable act is a classic case of corporate greed.

While the District Attorney continues his investigation, concerned parent Victoria Serpa, along with St. Anne's Church, Brentwood Fire Department, Suffolk County Police third precinct and Island Harvest are giving these kids safe Summer fun.


Featured Interviews:
Victoria Serpa, Community Activist
John C. Cochrane, Jr., Councilman, Town of Islip
Deborah Kirnon, Camp Director
Carlos Herrera, People's United Bank
Patricia Tutiven, People's United Bank
Deborah Bordonaro, Volunteer

For more information visit: www.StAnneBrentwood.org
 

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