UNIONDALE - ? Officials say Nassau County could end up $42 million in deficit and the news comes just days before the vote on a new Nassau Coliseum. Residents say they have questions about Nassau?s plans to build the new Coliseum. Today?s new report from the Nassau County comptroller sheds new light on the county?s money troubles.
George Maragos says the county could end the year with at least $42 million shortfall. Maragos urges Nassau to work with NIFA to try to avoid a deficit.
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