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ICMYI: Newsday, Long Island Business News Columnists Call for Democratic Legislators to End Political Games and Help Fix Bay Park Sewage Plant

Two of the region’s most influential news organizations have called for Nassau County Democrats to separate politics from government and vote to support bonding desperately needed to perform critical repairs to the Bay Park Sewage Treatment Plant.

ICYMI: Democrats Fail to Support Full Funding for Critical Repairs at Sewage Treatment Plant

In Case You Missed It (ICYMI): Today Newsday, the only daily newspaper covering Long Island, ran a story about the failure of most members of the Democrat Minority of the Nassau County Legislature to approve more than $700 million to repair and rebuild the Bay Park Sewage Treatment Plant, approving only $262 million. The vote was July 15th.

Mangano: Newsday Overlooks the Facts Yet Again

Once again, Newsday ran a distorted story about my record of reining in government spending. Having already published story after story criticizing Nassau County for laying off employees, Newsday now fails to accurately highlight the fact that I achieved $88 million in labor savings for taxpayers – that’s $13 million more than the $75 million savings the 2012 budget called for. You would think I’d be commended!

Newsday: Mangano – Open Labor Contracts to Cut Costs

By ROBERT BRODSKY
Sep 20, 2011 08:34 PM

Declaring a countywide fiscal crisis, Nassau County Executive Edward Mangano has proposed legislation to permit him to open existing labor contracts to cut wages and benefits of government workers.

The Fiscal Crisis Reform Act would test a controversial legal strategy: that Nassau can unilaterally set aside county labor contracts.

Newsday Editorial: Unions Control Nassau’s Fate

One way or another, the unionized employees of Nassau County are going to have to start contributing to their medical care, and the considerable overtime, excessive days off and spiraling salaries embedded in the arbitrated contracts of police officers are going to have to be contained. That’s the fiscal reality a horrendous economy and exploding pension and health insurance costs have created in a place burdened by taxes among the highest in the nation.