Monthly Archives: September 2010

Budget Hearings Begin: Health & Social Services

By Eden Laikin The Nassau County Legislature today held a budget review hearing on the proposed 2011 financial plans submitted by the departments of Health, Youth, Senior Citizen Affairs, Social Services and Mental Health and Chemical Dependency. Representatives from each … Continue reading

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Mangano Urges Businesses To Join MTA Payroll Tax Revolt

Calls on Employers to Voice Frustration When Paying MTA Payroll Tax Today Nassau County Executive Edward P. Mangano today urged all Nassau County businesses to let the MTA know how they feel about the MTA Payroll Tax when they meet … Continue reading

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Mangano: Nassau In Property Tax Crisis

Washington Group Says Nassau Has Second Highest Taxes In Nation As Nassau County once again achieves the dubious status of having the second highest property taxes in the United States, Nassau County Executive Ed Mangano again vowed not to implement … Continue reading

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MANGANO: NO LAYOFFS, BUT I NEED YOUR HELP

By Eden Laikin Late last night, just before he submitted a proposed County Budget for 2011, Nassau County Executive Ed Mangano sent an email plea to all County employees, asking for their help in bringing Nassau back from the brink … Continue reading

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Mangano: No Property Tax Hike in 2011, Structural Reforms Sought

By Eden Laikin Nassau County Executive Edward P. Mangano today proposed a balanced budget for 2011 without raising taxes and without the use of one-shot revenues, despite an unprecedented $343 million deficit – the largest in Nassau County’s history.   The $2.63 … Continue reading

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WANTED: COMPANIES WILLING TO OPERATE LONG ISLAND BUS

By Eden Laikin Nassau County Executive Edward P. Mangano announced today that he is officially looking for a firm to take over the operation of LI Bus, either on a permanent or emergency basis, in the event the Metropolitan Transit … Continue reading

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Nassau County Leagues Are Back

By Eden Laikin People who don’t live in Nassau County – and those who run private, for-profit sports leagues – would pay higher fees to use Nassau County Parks, while some county residents’ fees would be reduced or eliminated, under … Continue reading

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