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Nassau Democrat received more $$ from sewer firm than Mangano

As Nassau’s Rules Committee prepares to vote Friday on a contract to pay United Water more than $1.1 billion over 20 years to manage the county’s sewer system, a review of campaign disclosure reports shows that the New Jersey-based company and its Long Island chief executive officer, Gary Albertson, contributed more money to Minority Leader Kevan Abrahams (D-Freeport) than to Republican County Executive...

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