The outgoing head of Nassau’s financial control board said he has lingering concerns over the county’s plan to lease its sprawling sewer system to a private investor in exchange for an upfront payment of hundreds of millions of dollars.
Jon Kaiman, who stepped down Monday as chairman of the Nassau Interim Finance Authority, wrote a letter last week to County Executive Edward Mangano describing...
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