Laura Curran pushes for $10 million i...

Laura Curran pushes for $10 million in new fees

Saturday Sep 1 Read more: Newsday

Nassau County Executive Laura Curran delivers the State of the County address in Garden City on March 28. Photo Credit: Newsday/Thomas A. Ferrara A $10 million package of new fees and revenues getting a renewed push from Nassau County Executive Laura Curran would hike parking tickets by $50, let a county-hired law firm pursue dealerships and financial institutions to cover delinquent traffic fees incurred by vehicle leaseholders, and for the first time allow police officers to boot and tow vehicles with moving violations, such as speeding. Curran, a Democrat, first introduced the revenue proposals in March.

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