Islandia sues county over ticketing revenue

Dorman says the missing tickets are costing the

Dorman says the missing tickets are costing the village hundreds of thousands of dollars. (January 7, 2014 7:03 PM)

Islandia has filed a $1 million lawsuit against Suffolk County over a significant drop-off in issued traffic tickets within the community. Mayor Allan Dorman says the village had made close to $300,000 from traffic tickets issued in the village. “I look at last year…we had 9,100 tickets and this year I only have 3,100 tickets,” says Dorman. “Where are the tickets?” Dorman says the missing tickets...

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