Two Wall Street rating agencies Wednesday downgraded Suffolk County's credit in the wake of a report that the county faces a $530 million budget shortfall.
The downgrades likely will have "some impact" on county interest expenses -- with possible increases of up to $60,000 annually and several hundred thousand dollars over the life of the bonds, said Richard Tortora, Suffolk's financial...
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