Nassau County lawmakers are bracing for more budget cuts after the legislature remained deadlocked over a looming budget disaster.
Democrats in the GOP-controlled chamber once again refused to provide the three votes necessary at a special meeting Monday to approve $41 million in bonds to pay for property tax challenge settlements.
County Executive Ed Mangano has warned nonprofit social service agencies funded by the county will have their contracts terminated on July 5 as a result.
The legislature is not scheduled to meet again until July 9.
Mangano said this week he is meeting with the Nassau Interim Finance Authority, the control panel in charge of the county’s finances, to finalize a modified fiscal plan.