Nassau Executive Curran Talks 'Opting Out' Of Legalized Pot, Tax Reassessment In State Of The County Address"Opting out means that it would not be legal to sell it in Nassau County," she told CBS2's Jennifer McLogan.
Nassau County Promises New Approach To Pothole PlagueNassau County officials say they filled more than 60,000 potholes last year.
Many Nassau County Residents Getting Bad News: Property Tax Reassessment Not In Their FavorThe numbers are out and some Nassau County residents are reeling.
Trio Of Court Rulings Puts $100 Million Drain On Future Nassau County TaxpayersCostly court cases from the past are coming back to threaten fiscal progress and shock both the new county executive and taxpayers.
Nassau County's Property Assessment Woes May Be Coming To An EndHomeowners in Nassau County are fed up with property tax assessments resulting in under-valued houses.
Nassau County May Ask For Lower Property Value Assessment RateA tax reassessment plan that was touted five months ago as the best solution for Nassau County residents may now be torn up and replaced with a controversial new plan.
Nassau County Officials Warn About Dangers Of Vaping, E-CigarettesNassau County officials spoke out against vaping Friday, joining a growing trend in scientific studies showing e-cigarettes and similar devices are not the healthier alternatives to smoking, as some users believe.
Nassau County Executive Laura Curran's 2018 Budget Includes Millions In New Or Increased FeesWealthy Nassau County is not in the money any more.
Play Ball: Nassau County Lawmakers Block New Little League FeesJust in time for outdoor playing season comes a home run for nonprofit little leagues, senior groups and some charity teams.
Nassau County Residents Frustrated By New Little League FeesNassau County Executive Laura Curran plans to impose previously waived fees on nonprofits for using county parks, which opponents say will phase many families out of the program.
At Long Last, Nassau County Property Values To Be ReassessedHundreds of thousands of Long Island homeowners could soon see changes to their property assessments. That could mean higher -- or lower -- taxes.