Nassau County Executive Edward P. Mangano and Nassau Interim Finance Authority Chairman Ron Stack teleconferenced today with respect to the Legislature’s failure to act. County Executive Mangano and Chairman Stack agreed to meet this week to finalize a modified fiscal plan which will include further cuts. County Executive Mangano stated, “NIFA and I developed a fiscal stabilization plan for Nassau that held the line on property taxes while ending the County’s reliance on borrowing.
by Nassau County Executive Edward P. Mangano
Too often these days we read in the news about people having to make a choice between eating three square meals a day or taking their medication. The skyrocketing cost of prescription drugs has put a burden on not only the elderly living on a fixed income, but on the chronically ill, the uninsured, and those struggling to feed their families and make ends meet.
Mineola, NY – In Case You Missed It (ICYMI), Newsday published an op-ed written by E.J. McMahon of the Manhattan Institute’s Empire Center for New York State Policy entitled “Nassau’s wildly lavish police pay.”
The column is below for your reading pleasure.
Nassau County’s Democratic Legislators are holding up millions of dollars owed to residents in tax refunds, some of which date back 5 years, County Executive Mangano said this week in a letter to homeowners.
Mineola, NY– Nassau County Executive Edward P. Mangano today announced that taxpayers have saved approximately $7.5 million in natural gasoline costs due to an agreement signed last year with energy service company (ESCO) Hess Corporation. This move is just one of many actions that County Executive Mangano has taken to reduce government expenses through bulk purchasing efforts.