Monthly Archives: March 2011

Nassau County Executive Edward P. Mangano discusses the First Book Long Island program in this public service announcement.

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NASSAU DSS INVESTIGATORS UNCOVER MORE THAN $800,000 IN WELFARE FRAUD, WASTE AND ABUSE

Nassau County Executive Edward P. Mangano announced today that the Nassau County Department of Social Services Office of Investigations has uncovered individuals attempting to defraud Nassau County taxpayers out of more than $800,000 “These attempts to defraud the hard working … Continue reading

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MANGANO & MARAGOS ANNOUNCE PLAN TO HELP SCHOOL DISTRICTS SAVE TAXPAYERS AS MUCH AS $3 MILLION

Nassau County Executive Edward P. Mangano and Nassau County Comptroller George Maragos stood with BOCES and other school officials on the Nassau School and Municipal Savings Committee today to announce a groundbreaking shared service initiative. The initiative launched by a … Continue reading

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Nassau County Executive Edward P. Mangano on LI Bus’s Proposed Changes in the Level of Service

Testimony Submitted by Communications Director Brian Nevin at MTA public hearing on Wed, March 23, 2011 On behalf of Nassau County Executive Edward Mangano, I thank you for the opportunity to address you all at this public hearing.  I think … Continue reading

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County Executive Mangano’s revised financial plan contains $181.9 million in solutions, including:

$60.5 million in employee-related spending reductions, including: $50 million in savings from 213 layoffs, elimination of 307 vacant positions, implementation of a 13 day furlough for County personnel and the reduction of seasonal and part-time employees; and $10.5 million in … Continue reading

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Voluntary Concessions Can Save Jobs & Services

By Eden Laikin Unless labor unions agree to last-minute concessions, Nassau County Executive Edward P. Mangano said today he will have to layoff 213 people, impose a 13-day unpaid furlough on all County employees and cut $17 million from services … Continue reading

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Mangano & Gillibrand Speak Up for Firefighters

By Eden Laikin United States Senator Kirsten Gillibrand stood with Nassau County Executive Edward P. Mangano and Long Island first responders today to urge Congress to restore $90 million they cut from the Assistance to Firefighters Grant program for 2011. … Continue reading

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