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The Media Response to the State of the County Address

Mangano Targets Tax Breaks

Tax breaks for new office and retail space are about to be a thing of the past in Nassau, County Executive Ed Mangano said during his State of the County Address on Monday night.[Read More]

Mangano Delivers First State of the County Address

In his first State of the County address since becoming its top-elected official, Nassau County Executive Ed Mangano delivered a somber, yet hopeful speech Monday at the Morrelly Homeland Security Center in Bethpage that both highlighted its current financial challenges and outlined his administration’s plans to meet them. [Read More]

Mangano Describes Nassau County as 'Deeply Troubled'

In his first State of the County address since he was elected in November 2009, Nassau County Executive Edward P. Mangano described the county's plight as "deeply troubled" as he detailed the sweeping cuts he has already implemented and his broad vision for the future. [Read More]

Mangano Listens to Local Leaders Concerns

Four days after Nassau County Executive Ed Mangano declared in his first State of the County address that "listening to the concerns of residents is a hallmark of democracy," he invited a group of Port Washington civic and business leaders to air concerns and share their vision for the county's future.. [Read More]

Mangano to deliver first State of the County

Nassau Executive Ed Mangano says he will focus on fixing the county's finances. [Read More]

Editorial: Mangano's Address Had Big Ideas, Now It's Delivery Time

In his first State of the County address, delivered Monday evening, Nassau County Executive Edward Mangano hit a lot of popular issues - more private-sector jobs, property tax reform, cheaper government, summer parks programs. But he didn't inspire confidence that he yet has a plan for the county's most immediate problem: a $50-million budget hole in 2010. [Read More]

Mangano delivers State of the County address

Nassau County will soon move to fix its troubled property tax assessment system, create a business advisory council to promote investment and rejuvenate county parks, County Executive Edward Mangano said Monday night. [Read More]

State of Nassau County, according to Mangano

Some thoughts on the State of  the County speech Monday night by Nassau County Executive Edward Mangano. For Newsday's story, see here [Read More]