A New York State fiscal watchdog board rejected Nassau County Executive Ed Mangano's budget for the second year in a row—only the second time the agency issued back-to-back rejections in its 16-year history. The last time NIFA voted down the county budget two years in a row was in 2000, when it was first created, and 2001—both during the administration of former Nassau County Executive Tom Gulotta.
"The revenue resulting from these cameras will help offset the short-term costs associated with these labor agreements.”
“This is a crisis that’s been a long time coming and in need of a resolution.”
Former Nassau County Executive Tom Suozzi wants his old job back.