Nassau County Executive Edward Mangano
Backpacks, coolers, luggage and large bags are banned from going beyond the parking lot of the race track.
Just over 255,000 Long Islanders remained in the dark Monday, down from more than 935,000 immediately after the storm.
In addition to the 98 officers, 51 civilian members of the Civil Service Employees Association also accepted a separate deal, according to a report. Collectively, the moves are estimated to save Nassau County more than $20 million a year.
Nassau County Executive Edward Mangano says he will lay off 130 municipal employees and redeploy 160 members of the police department. The cuts would go into effect July 1.
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