Rockland County Wants NY State To Pay Back $80 Million

NEW YORK (WCBS 880) — Rockland County is urging the state to pay back $80 million for helping to fund state-run services.

County executive Scott Vanderhoef’s is now calling on the governor to pull out his state checkbook to reimburse the county for the state-mandated services that Rockland has already paid for.

WCBS 880’s Catherine Cioffi reports: Vanderhoef Says Delay ‘Hurts Everyone’ In Rockland County

“That’s money that we could use, said Vanderhoef. “These services already have been rendered. The bills are in, our vouchers are there and they’re sitting there somewhere in New York state while we’re struggling for cash.”

Vanderhoef says the delay in getting reimbursed is unfair and unprofessional.

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  1. John says:

    Yes, hurray up Albany, Rockland has a huge police force to pay. Don’t you know that our officer’s each make hundreds of thousand of dollars a year and have a a standard of living to maintain. So hurray up up pay-up so I can sit in my cruser and laugh at the world.

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