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Suffolk County Executive Steve Bellone has included $125 million in funding to protect drinking water and fix old wastewater infrastructure in his proposed $3.9 billion budget for next year.

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Nassau County residents could receive $375 direct payments and have property taxes lowered next year. County Executive Laura Curran included $70 million cuts to property taxes in her budget proposal released on Tuesday.

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Despite passing a two-year state budget with no major tax increases, Connecticut could be looking at a renewed debate over tax fairness. Keith Phaneuf, the Connecticut Mirror’s budget reporter, said the discussion during this recently-ended legislative session was the most vigorous in more than a decade.

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Suffolk County will have a budget surplus of over $500 million over the next two years, a stark difference from the economic disaster the county predicted last year during the worst of the pandemic.

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Cities and towns in Connecticut will receive more than $229 million in additional funding from the state starting in the new fiscal year on July 1.

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