East Farmingdale, NY- Homeowners in Nassau County might be spending less per year on property taxes if the 2022 budget proposed Tuesday by County Executive Laura Curran is approved. The proposed 3.5 billion dollar budget – includes a 70 million dollar cut in property taxes.
A press release from County Executive Laura Curran’s office said,
“Three years of strategic fiscal management has paid off – allowing us to not only weather the pandemic’s unprecedented financial crisis while maintaining services and staffing levels but emerge with County finances in their strongest position in over a decade,” said Nassau County Executive Laura Curran. “Tax relief, combined with robust investments in public safety will help Nassau maintain its status as ‘Safest Community in America,’ while putting money back into the pockets of Nassau’s homeowners as we continue to revive our local economy.”
Photo: Office of Nassau County Executive Laura Curran.