3rd Shared Services Hearing to Be Held in Suffern Wednesday

The third and final Shared Services Initiative public hearing is being held tomorrow before the panel votes on it and sends it off to the state for review. Most of the speakers at the previous two hearings expressed their disappointment that county retirees’ health plan is included in the draft. County Executive Ed Day says the county is responsible to all Rockland taxpayers, not only the retirees…

Audio: Ed Day

As currently drafted, taxpayers could save a projected $9 million in 2019 and $14 million in 2020. The hearing will be held tomorrow night at 7pm at Suffern Village Hall. The panel votes later this month before submitting their draft to the state by the 15th. The state budget includes $225 million to fund shared services across the state.

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