The New York State Association of Counties (NYSAC) commends the Committee’scommitment to the Medicaid program’s effectiveness, efficiency and sustainability.
Over the last two state budget cycles, numerous actions have been taken in the State Budget that severely undermine the local tax base.
A smart way to help you prepare for the future as you navigate today's uncertain environment is by participating in a 457(b).
As counties struggle with mounting, unbudgeted COVID-related costs, they are simultaneously losing revenue due to the reduced economic activity that has come with fighting the virus.
Health services are increasingly at risk if New York State continues to withhold critical funding to local governments.
This COVID-19 contract will also include emergency placeholder funding in the ‘Restricted' budget category in the amount of $500,000.
NYSAC released a new report suggesting that the COVID-19 pandemic could have a $1 billion economic impact on counties across the state.
The NYSAC fact sheet below provides county priorities in regard to the tax cap. While the cap is now permanent, counties are still seeking the implementation of the priorities expressed in the fact sheet.
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