No tax hike in Mangano’s budget, but several new fees

Nassau Executive Ed Mangano promised there would be no property tax hikes in his new budget, but his spending plan includes new fees and fee

Nassau Executive Ed Mangano promised there would be

Nassau Executive Ed Mangano promised there would be no property tax hikes in his new budget, but his spending plan includes new fees and fee increases. (September 19, 2016 7:48 PM)

Nassau Executive Ed Mangano promised there would be no property tax hikes in his new budget, but his spending plan includes new fees and fee increases.

The plan would tack a $105 public safety fee onto motor vehicle tickets, and Mangano says the revenue will cover the hiring of new police officers. It means that starting in January, a red-light camera ticket could cost drivers more than $200.

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