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Pier Review

You would never know Norman Levy Park and Preserve once served as a landfill. In 2000 it was transformed to park space. The 52-acre facility features a 500-foot fishing pier looking out into Merrick Bay. The park is named after Norman J. Levy, who was a New York State Senator and a champion for the environment. The park is the highest point on Long Island's South Shore, and has an average altitude of around 120 feet

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