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Mangano Announces Post-Hurricane Sandy Assessment Stabilization Plan

In order to address the unprecedented and widespread property damage caused by Hurricane Sandy and recognizing that families and businesses are struggling to recover, Nassau County Executive Edward P. Mangano today announced a Post-Hurricane Sandy Assessment Stabilization Plan to prevent large swings in assessed values and provide property owners with a process to report and document structural damages with the Department of Assessment (DOA).

Mangano’s Historic Assessment Reforms Save Millions for Residents

Nassau County has the only dysfunctional assessment system of its kind in the United States of America. Governed by a unique New York State law and protected by prior politician’s lack of will to tackle the dysfunction, the assessment system has generated $1.6 billion in debt and a $100 million in errors annually for the last decade. Nassau County Executive Edward P. Mangano, with the support of the Republican Majority Caucus in the Legislature, today ends the accumulation of residential tax assessment debt to save taxpayers $30 million. For the first time in the history of Nassau County, every residential challenge has been corrected prior to finalizing the assessment roll thanks to reforms implemented by County Executive Mangano.